Our one and only hypothesis

the artists engaged in a performance of tug of war in the gallery space
May 5, 2022
4:00PM - 6:00PM
Hopkins Hall Gallery

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Add to Calendar 2022-05-05 16:00:00 2022-05-05 18:00:00 Our one and only hypothesis Our one and only hypothesis Gabriella Moreno and Sara Hess Tuesday, May 31st – Saturday, June 4th Hopkins Hall Gallery   Our one and only hypothesis is an ongoing collaboration between Gabriella Moreno and Sara Hess.   We play with various materials and objects that overlap in our respective studio practices. We conduct experiments to test limits, boundaries, and functions, in both the physical and conceptual sense. We use our bodies to manipulate materials at maximum capacity. We don’t measure or use formulas. We ask: How far can this stretch? How elastic is it? What sound does it make? How strong am I? How long can it become?   On Thursday, June 2nd, at 7pm the public is invited to participate in a group Tug-of-War on site. Our one and only hypothesis is presented as part of Summer Series, a multi-venue program that showcases short- and long-term projects such as gallery exhibitions, performances, audience participatory work, discussions, research demos and more. This series encourages collaboration, multidisciplinary approaches and seeks ideas that foster conversations, relationships, or careers, that represent diverse perspectives. Hopkins Hall Gallery Urban Arts Space uas@osu.edu America/New_York public
May 31 - June 4, 2022
11:00AM - 4:00PM
Hopkins Hall Gallery

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Add to Calendar 2022-05-31 11:00:00 2022-06-04 16:00:00 Our one and only hypothesis Our one and only hypothesis Gabriella Moreno and Sara Hess Tuesday, May 31st – Saturday, June 4th Hopkins Hall Gallery   Our one and only hypothesis is an ongoing collaboration between Gabriella Moreno and Sara Hess.   We play with various materials and objects that overlap in our respective studio practices. We conduct experiments to test limits, boundaries, and functions, in both the physical and conceptual sense. We use our bodies to manipulate materials at maximum capacity. We don’t measure or use formulas. We ask: How far can this stretch? How elastic is it? What sound does it make? How strong am I? How long can it become?   On Thursday, June 2nd, at 7pm the public is invited to participate in a group Tug-of-War on site. Our one and only hypothesis is presented as part of Summer Series, a multi-venue program that showcases short- and long-term projects such as gallery exhibitions, performances, audience participatory work, discussions, research demos and more. This series encourages collaboration, multidisciplinary approaches and seeks ideas that foster conversations, relationships, or careers, that represent diverse perspectives. Hopkins Hall Gallery Urban Arts Space uas@osu.edu America/New_York public

Our one and only hypothesis

Gabriella Moreno and Sara Hess

Tuesday, May 31st – Saturday, June 4th

Hopkins Hall Gallery

 

Our one and only hypothesis is an ongoing collaboration between Gabriella Moreno and Sara Hess.

 

We play with various materials and objects that overlap in our respective studio practices.

We conduct experiments to test limits, boundaries, and functions, in both the physical and conceptual sense.

We use our bodies to manipulate materials at maximum capacity.

We don’t measure or use formulas.

We ask: How far can this stretch? How elastic is it? What sound does it make?

How strong am I?

How long can it become?

 

On Thursday, June 2nd, at 7pm the public is invited to participate in a group Tug-of-War on site.


Our one and only hypothesis is presented as part of Summer Series, a multi-venue program that showcases short- and long-term projects such as gallery exhibitions, performances, audience participatory work, discussions, research demos and more. This series encourages collaboration, multidisciplinary approaches and seeks ideas that foster conversations, relationships, or careers, that represent diverse perspectives.

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