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Skyway 20/21: A Contemporary Collaboration

June 14 – September 1, 2021
USF Contemporary Art Museum + Online

Artists Featured at USFCAM: Rosemarie Chiarlone // Danny Dobrow // Babette Herschberger // Akiko Kotani // Cynthia Mason // Ry McCullough // Casey McDonough // Kodi Thompson

 

The Skyway 20/21: A Contemporary Collaboration exhibition, now in its second iteration, is a celebration of artistic practices in the Tampa Bay region, as it is a collaboration between four institutions: the Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg; The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art, Sarasota; the Tampa Museum of Art; and the University of South Florida Contemporary Art Museum, Tampa. Working together, curators from each institution offer context for the diversity of art being made in Hillsborough, Manatee, Pasco, Pinellas, and Sarasota counties. Artworks and projects in the exhibition were selected by museum curators and the guest juror, Claire Tancons, an independent curator and scholar whose practice takes a global focus on the conditions of cultural production. Tancons has curated biennials around the world, including Prospect.1, New Orleans; the 2008 Gwangju Biennial; and the 2019 Sharjah Biennial.

Skyway 20/21 at USFCAM features eight intergenerational artists who translate ideas and transform materials to communicate unique perspectives of our contemporary experience. Articulating visual languages through a range of media and processes, Rosemarie Chiarlone, Cynthia Mason, Ry McCullough, and Kodi Thompson offer opportunities to translate and decipher their individual lexicons that express the human condition. Danny Dobrow, Babette Herschberger, Akiko Kotani, and Casey McDonough highlight the complexities of their practice through deep material investigation and transformation. Collectively, the works create an expanded dialogue that speaks to our current moment, engaging and reflecting the social challenges of our time.

USFCAM HOURS + ADMISSIONS

Monday-Friday 10am-5pm; Closed Weekends and USF Holidays (July 5) – Reservations required for visits June 14–25. No reservations required starting June 28 when USF lifts COVID restrictions on public access to campus.

Admission to the Museum is free; however, a USF parking permit ($5.00 daily) or pay-per-space parking is required. Please call (813) 974-4133 for questions regarding reservations, parking, directions, or more information on events associated with the exhibitions.  

 

USFCAM RELATED EVENTS

Wednesday, August 25, 2021
Art + Ice! - Week of Welcome
3-5pm EDT, In Person at the USF Contemporary Art Museum!

This Week of Welcome event invites students to visit CAM and explore the Skyway 20/21: A Contemporary Collaboration exhibition. Enjoy free Froyo Fresh frozen yogurt treats on the CAM patio after your visit! 

Friday, August 27, 2021
Skyway 20/21: A Contemporary Collaboration - Closing Reception
7-9pm EDT, In Person at the USF Contemporary Art Museum!

 

CONCURRENT SKYWAY 20/21 VENUES + ARTISTS

Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg, FL - mfastpete.org
May 22 – August 22, 2021
Robert Aiosa // Dolores Coe // Keith Crowley // Becky Flanders // Dakota Gearhart Bassmi Ibrahim // Morgan Janssen // Ezra Johnson // Karl Kelly // Savannah Magnolia Jon Notwick // Lynne Railsback // Gabriel Ramos // Matthew Wicks // Janelle Young 

The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art, Sarasota - ringling.org
June 20 – September 26, 2021
Carrie Boucher // Ya Levy La’ford // Kalup Linzy // Noelle Mason OK! Transmit // Eric Ondina // Heather Rosenbach // Jake Troyli 

Tampa Museum of Art, Tampa, FL - tampamuseum.org
June 3 – October 10, 2021
Jaime Aelavanthara + Amanda Sieradzki // Kim Anderson // Wendy Babcox // Janet Folsom Samson Huang // Cassia Kite // Jason Lazarus // Jenn Miller // Sarah O’Donoghue // Herion Park Anat Pollack // Libbi Ponce // Selina Román // John Sims // Mike Solomon // Jill Taffet // Kirk Ke Wang

#Skyway2021 // #SkywayTampaBay // #USFCAMSkyway // #MFASkyway // #TheRinglingSkyway // #TMASkyway

Visit the Skyway 20/21: A Contemporary Collaboration website skywaytampabay.com for more information on the curators, exhibition, other venues and the artists.

 

PRESS
Tampa Bay Times logo

07/13/2021 - Skyway 20/21 @ CAM - By Tony Wong Palms, Arts Coast Journal
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06/18/2021 - Exploring Skyway 20/21: A Contemporary Collaboration - Inside USF Podcast
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Sarasota Herald-Tribune logo

05/29/2021 - Sarasota area museums join together for Skyway 20/21 exhibition - By Marty Fugate, Sarasota Herald-Tribune
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02/02/2021 - Collaborative Skyway 20/21 art exhibition at 4 local museums moves forward - By Caitlin Albritton, 83degrees
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CAM EXHIBITION ONLINE

Exhibition Home   //   Essay by Sarah Howard   //   Foreword + Acknowledgements
Rosemarie Chiarlone   //   Danny Dobrow   //   Babette Herschberger   //   Akiko Kotani
Cynthia Mason   //   Ry McCullough   //   Casey McDonough   //   Kodi Thompson

 

VIRTUAL TOUR

Explore this virtual 360 degree interactive walkthrough of Skyway 20/21 at USFCAM. For the best experience click the View Fullscreen icon in the lower right of the window. Virtual tour Courtesy of USF Access 3D Lab, Dr. Laura Harrison, and Elliot Alvarez.

 

EXHIBITION BROCHURE
Skyway Brcohure

View a pdf of the Skyway 20/21 exhibition brochure.

 

PANEL DISCUSSION VIDEOS

Replay of the June 17, 2021 online panel discussion with four artists featured in USFCAM’s Skyway 20/21: A Contemporary Collaboration. Artists Danny Dobrow, Babette Herschberger, Akiko Kotani, and Casey McDonough discuss material investigations and transformations within their creative practice in dialogue with Sarah Howard, USF Curator of Public Art and Social Practice. 

Replay of the July 1, 2021 online panel discussion with four artists featured in USFCAM’s Skyway 20/21: A Contemporary Collaboration. Artists Rosemarie Chiarlone, Cynthia Mason, Ry McCullough, Kodi Thompson discuss their process for developing their unique visual language and how it embeds and expands meaning in their practice. Moderated by Sarah Howard, Curator of Public Art and Social Practice.

 

CURATOR PODCAST INTERVIEW

Listen to an Inside USF podcast interview with Sarah Howard, USF Curator of Public Art & Social Practice, as she shares a behind-the-scenes look at the Skyway 20/21 exhibition, the Contemporary Art Museum’s permanent collection, and plans for upcoming exhibitions.

 

INSTALLATION VIEWS
Danny Dobrow, Martin Martin on View: The HyperPots, 2021. pottery, spray foam insulation, Silly String, ceiling popcorn, table, catalog, electric kiln, paint, sound system. dimensions variable. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Danny Dobrow, Martin Martin on View: The Hyper Pots, 2021. pottery, spray foam insulation, Silly String, ceiling popcorn, table, catalog, electric kiln, paint, sound system. dimensions variable. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Danny Dobrow, Martin Martin on View: The HyperPots, 2021. pottery, spray foam insulation, Silly String, ceiling popcorn, table, catalog, electric kiln, paint, sound system. dimensions variable. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Danny Dobrow, Martin Martin on View: The Hyper Pots, 2021. pottery, spray foam insulation, Silly String, ceiling popcorn, table, catalog, electric kiln, paint, sound system. dimensions variable. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Danny Dobrow, Martin Martin on View: The HyperPots, 2021. pottery, spray foam insulation, Silly String, ceiling popcorn, table, catalog, electric kiln, paint, sound system. dimensions variable. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Danny Dobrow, Martin Martin on View: The Hyper Pots (detail), 2021. pottery, spray foam insulation, Silly String, ceiling popcorn, table, catalog, electric kiln, paint, sound system. dimensions variable. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Danny Dobrow, Martin Martin on View: The HyperPots, 2021. pottery, spray foam insulation, Silly String, ceiling popcorn, table, catalog, electric kiln, paint, sound system. dimensions variable. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Danny Dobrow, Martin Martin on View: The Hyper Pots (detail), 2021. pottery, spray foam insulation, Silly String, ceiling popcorn, table, catalog, electric kiln, paint, sound system. dimensions variable. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Danny Dobrow, Martin Martin on View: The HyperPots, 2021. pottery, spray foam insulation, Silly String, ceiling popcorn, table, catalog, electric kiln, paint, sound system. dimensions variable. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Danny Dobrow, Martin Martin on View: The Hyper Pots (detail), 2021. pottery, spray foam insulation, Silly String, ceiling popcorn, table, catalog, electric kiln, paint, sound system. dimensions variable. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Danny Dobrow, Martin Martin on View: The HyperPots, 2021. pottery, spray foam insulation, Silly String, ceiling popcorn, table, catalog, electric kiln, paint, sound system. dimensions variable. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Danny Dobrow, Martin Martin on View: The Hyper Pots (detail), 2021. pottery, spray foam insulation, Silly String, ceiling popcorn, table, catalog, electric kiln, paint, sound system. dimensions variable. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Left to right: works by Cynthia Mason, Kodi Thompson, and Akiko Kotani. Photo: Will Lytch.

Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Left to right: works by Cynthia Mason, Kodi Thompson, and Akiko Kotani. Photo: Will Lytch.

Cynthia Mason, Limp Grid with Structure, 2021. shredded documents, polyester fiber, porcelain, rubber, velvet, glitter, mica, graphite, soft pastel, ink, fabric dye, gesso, acrylic, grommets, thread, wood, canvas. 81 X 87 X 26 in. Courtesy of the artist Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Cynthia Mason, Limp Grid with Structure, 2021. shredded documents, polyester fiber, porcelain, rubber, velvet, glitter, mica, graphite, soft pastel, ink, fabric dye, gesso, acrylic, grommets, thread, wood, canvas. 81 X 87 X 26 in. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Kodi Thompson, Object Sketches, 2021.  ceramic, underglaze, MDF, spray paint. 3 x 5 ft. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Kodi Thompson, Object Sketches, 2021.  ceramic, underglaze, MDF, spray paint. 3 x 5 ft. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Kodi Thompson, Object Sketches (detail), 2021.  ceramic, underglaze, MDF, spray paint. 3 x 5 ft. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Kodi Thompson, Object Sketches (detail), 2021.  ceramic, underglaze, MDF, spray paint. 3 x 5 ft. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Left to right: works by Kodi Thompson and Akiko Kotani. Photo: Will Lytch.

Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Left to right: works by Kodi Thompson and Akiko Kotani. Photo: Will Lytch.

Akiko Kotani, Red Falls, 2021. crocheted polyethylene, dimensions variable. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Akiko Kotani, Red Falls, 2021. crocheted polyethylene, dimensions variable. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Akiko Kotani, Red Falls, 2021. crocheted polyethylene, dimensions variable. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Akiko Kotani, Red Falls, 2021. crocheted polyethylene, dimensions variable. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Akiko Kotani, Red Falls, 2021. crocheted polyethylene, dimensions variable. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Akiko Kotani, Red Falls, 2021. crocheted polyethylene, dimensions variable. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Akiko Kotani, Red Falls (detail), 2021. crocheted polyethylene, dimensions variable. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Akiko Kotani, Red Falls (detail), 2021. crocheted polyethylene, dimensions variable. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Akiko Kotani, Red Falls (detail), 2021. crocheted polyethylene, dimensions variable. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Akiko Kotani, Red Falls (detail), 2021. crocheted polyethylene, dimensions variable. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Left to right: works by Akiko Kotani, Rosemarie Chiarlone, and Ry McCollough. Photo: Will Lytch.

Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Left to right: works by Akiko Kotani, Rosemarie Chiarlone, and Ry McCollough. Photo: Will Lytch.

Rosemarie Chiarlone, In the Marrow, 2019. folded and perforated paper. text by poet Susan Weiner. 30 x 22 in., each of six panels; 66 x 46 x 4 in. as installed. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Rosemarie Chiarlone, In the Marrow, 2019. folded and perforated paper. text by poet Susan Weiner. 30 x 22 in., each of six panels; 66 x 46 x 4 in. as installed. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Rosemarie Chiarlone, In the Marrow (detail), 2019. folded and perforated paper. text by poet Susan Weiner. 30 x 22 in., each of six panels; 66 x 46 x 4 in. as installed. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Rosemarie Chiarlone, In the Marrow (detail), 2019. folded and perforated paper. text by poet Susan Weiner. 30 x 22 in., each of six panels; 66 x 46 x 4 in. as installed. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Rosemarie Chiarlone, In the Marrow (detail), 2019. folded and perforated paper. text by poet Susan Weiner. 30 x 22 in., each of six panels; 66 x 46 x 4 in. as installed. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Rosemarie Chiarlone, In the Marrow (detail), 2019. folded and perforated paper. text by poet Susan Weiner. 30 x 22 in., each of six panels; 66 x 46 x 4 in. as installed. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Ry McCullough, Themes for a Left-Handed Pitcher, 2021: Still Life with Left-Handed Pitcher (04-06), 2021. serigraphy, pochoir, collage, acrylic ink, gouache on paper .19 x 19 in. each. Left-Handed Pitcher Still Life (II), 2021. particle board, acrylic ink, concrete, polymer clay. 25 x 35 x 22 in. Perfect Games (Theme for a Left-Handed Pitcher), 2021. projected sound from single speaker. 9:00 min. (infinite loop). Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Ry McCullough, Themes for a Left-Handed Pitcher, 2021: Still Life with Left-Handed Pitcher (04-06), 2021. serigraphy, pochoir, collage, acrylic ink, gouache on paper .19 x 19 in. each. Left-Handed Pitcher Still Life (II), 2021. particle board, acrylic ink, concrete, polymer clay. 25 x 35 x 22 in. Perfect Games (Theme for a Left-Handed Pitcher), 2021. projected sound from single speaker. 9:00 min. (infinite loop). Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Ry McCullough, Themes for a Left-Handed Pitcher, 2021: Still Life with Left-Handed Pitcher (04-06), 2021. serigraphy, pochoir, collage, acrylic ink, gouache on paper .19 x 19 in. each. Left-Handed Pitcher Still Life (II), 2021. particle board, acrylic ink, concrete, polymer clay. 25 x 35 x 22 in. Perfect Games (Theme for a Left-Handed Pitcher), 2021. projected sound from single speaker. 9:00 min. (infinite loop). Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Ry McCullough, Themes for a Left-Handed Pitcher, 2021: Left-Handed Pitcher Still Life (II), 2021. particle board, acrylic ink, concrete, polymer clay. 25 x 35 x 22 in. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Left to right: works by Cynthia Mason, Kodi Thompson, Akiko Kotani, Rosemarie Chiarlone, Ry McCollough, and Babette Herschberger. Photo: Will Lytch.

Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Left to right: works by Cynthia Mason, Kodi Thompson, Akiko Kotani, Rosemarie Chiarlone, Ry McCollough, and Babette Herschberger. Photo: Will Lytch.

Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Works by Babette Herschberger. Courtesy of the artist. Photo: Will Lytch.

Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Works by Babette Herschberger. Photo: Will Lytch.

Babette Herschberger. Clipped Yellow, 2021. acrylic on plywood. 47 x 45 x 2-1/4 in. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Babette Herschberger. Clipped Yellow, 2021. acrylic on plywood. 47 x 45 x 2-1/4 in. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Babette Herschberger. Interrupted Structure #39, 2019. acrylic and paper collage on canvas. 27 x 26 in. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Babette Herschberger, Interrupted Structure #39, 2019. acrylic and paper collage on canvas. 27 x 26 in. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Akiko Kotani, Red Falls, 2021. crocheted polyethylene, dimensions variable. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Babette Herschberger, Interrupted Structure #24, 2017. acrylic and paper collage on wood panel. 10 x 10 x 1 in. Interrupted Structure #37, 2019. acrylic and paper collage on wood panel. 10 x 10 x 1 in. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Babette Herschberger, Collage Painting #38, 2018. acrylic and paper collage on wood panel. 10 x 10 x 1 in. Collage Painting #41, 2018. acrylic and paper collage on wood panel. 12 x 12 x 1 in. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Babette Herschberger, Collage Painting #38, 2018. acrylic and paper collage on wood panel. 10 x 10 x 1 in. Collage Painting #41, 2018. acrylic and paper collage on wood panel. 12 x 12 x 1 in. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Babette Herschberger, Tidbit #88, 2017. collage, found cardboard. 11-7/8 x 8-7/8 in. Tidbit #113, 2019. collage, gaffers tape on cardboard. 10-3/8 x 8-5/8 in. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Babette Herschberger, Tidbit #88, 2017. collage, found cardboard. 11-7/8 x 8-7/8 in. Tidbit #113, 2019. collage, gaffers tape on cardboard. 10-3/8 x 8-5/8 in. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Left to right: works by Babette Herschberger and Cynthia Mason. Photo: Will Lytch.

Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Left to right: works by Babette Herschberger and Cynthia Mason. Photo: Will Lytch.

Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Left to right: works by Ry McCollough, Casey McDonough, and Aikiko Kotani. Photo: Will Lytch.

Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Left to right: works by Ry McCollough, Casey McDonough, and Aikiko Kotani. Photo: Will Lytch.

Cynthia Mason, Limp Grid with Arm, 2021. shredded documents, polyester fiber, charcoal, soft pastel, ink, mica, salt, gesso, fabric dye, acrylic, velvet, alpaca fiber, thermoplastic lacquer coating, wire, grommets, thread, canvas. 90 x 98 x 43 in. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Cynthia Mason, Limp Grid with Arm, 2021. shredded documents, polyester fiber, charcoal, soft pastel, ink, mica, salt, gesso, fabric dye, acrylic, velvet, alpaca fiber, thermoplastic lacquer coating, wire, grommets, thread, canvas. 90 x 98 x 43 in. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Left to right: works by Kodi Thompson, Cynthia Mason, Casey McDonough, and Ry McCollough. Photo: Will Lytch.

Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Left to right: works by Kodi Thompson, Cynthia Mason, Ry McCollough, and Casey McDonough. Photo: Will Lytch.

Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Left to right: works by Kodi Thompson, Cynthia Mason, Casey McDonough, and Ry McCollough. Photo: Will Lytch.

Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Left to right: works by Kodi Thompson, Cynthia Mason, Casey McDonough, and Ry McCollough. Photo: Will Lytch.

Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Left to right: works by Kodi Thompson, Cynthia Mason, Casey McDonough, Ry McCollough, Cynthia Mason, and Rosemarie Chiarlone. Photo: Will Lytch.

Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Left to right: works by Kodi Thompson, Cynthia Mason, Casey McDonough, Ry McCollough, Cynthia Mason, and Rosemarie Chiarlone. Photo: Will Lytch.

Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Left to right: works by Kodi Thompson and Cynthia Mason. Photo: Will Lytch.

Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Left to right: works by Kodi Thompson and Cynthia Mason. Photo: Will Lytch.

Kodi Thompson, Alphabet, 2018. ceramic and underglaze. 36 x 90 x 4 in. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Kodi Thompson, Alphabet, 2018. ceramic and underglaze. 36 x 90 x 4 in. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Kodi Thompson, Alphabet (detail), 2018. ceramic and underglaze. 36 x 90 x 4 in. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Kodi Thompson, Alphabet (detail), 2018. ceramic and underglaze. 36 x 90 x 4 in. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Kodi Thompson, Green Spheroid, 2021. ceramic, underglaze, MDF. 9 x 10 x 7 in. Lotus, 2020. ceramic, underglaze, MDF. 17 x 10 x 12 in. Grey Spheroid, 2021. ceramic, underglaze, MDF. 9 x 9 x 9 in. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Kodi Thompson, Green Spheroid, 2021. ceramic, underglaze, MDF. 9 x 10 x 7 in. Lotus, 2020. ceramic, underglaze, MDF. 17 x 10 x 12 in. Grey Spheroid, 2021. ceramic, underglaze, MDF. 9 x 9 x 9 in. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Kodi Thompson, Green Spheroid, 2021. ceramic, underglaze, MDF. 9 x 10 x 7 in. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Kodi Thompson, Green Spheroid, 2021. ceramic, underglaze, MDF. 9 x 10 x 7 in. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Kodi Thompson, Grey Spheroid, 2021. ceramic, underglaze, MDF. 9 x 9 x 9 in. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Kodi Thompson, Grey Spheroid, 2021. ceramic, underglaze, MDF. 9 x 9 x 9 in. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Cynthia Mason, Limp Grid XV, 2020. shredded documents, graphite, charcoal, soft pastel, salt, ink, fabric dye, velvet, canvas, thread, grommets. 77 x 70 x 16 in. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Cynthia Mason, Limp Grid XV, 2020. shredded documents, graphite, charcoal, soft pastel, salt, ink, fabric dye, velvet, canvas, thread, grommets. 77 x 70 x 16 in. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Cynthia Mason, Limp Grid XV, 2020. shredded documents, graphite, charcoal, soft pastel, salt, ink, fabric dye, velvet, canvas, thread, grommets. 77 x 70 x 16 in. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Cynthia Mason, Limp Grid XV (detail), 2020. shredded documents, graphite, charcoal, soft pastel, salt, ink, fabric dye, velvet, canvas, thread, grommets. 77 x 70 x 16 in. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Cynthia Mason, Limp Aristocratic Grid with Arms, 2020. shredded documents, polyester fiber, velvet, charcoal, soft pastel, gesso, grommets, thread, canvas. 92 x 82 x 18 in. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Cynthia Mason, Limp Aristocratic Grid with Arms, 2020. shredded documents, polyester fiber, velvet, charcoal, soft pastel, gesso, grommets, thread, canvas. 92 x 82 x 18 in. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Cynthia Mason, Limp Aristocratic Grid with Arms (detail), 2020. shredded documents, polyester fiber, velvet, charcoal, soft pastel, gesso, grommets, thread, canvas. 92 x 82 x 18 in. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Cynthia Mason, Limp Aristocratic Grid with Arms (detail), 2020. shredded documents, polyester fiber, velvet, charcoal, soft pastel, gesso, grommets, thread, canvas. 92 x 82 x 18 in. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Left to right: works by Cynthia Mason, Casey McDonough, and Ry McCollough. Photo: Will Lytch.

Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Left to right: works by Cynthia Mason, Casey McDonough, and Ry McCollough. Photo: Will Lytch.

Casey McDonough, the immeasurability of this cosmological collider, 2021. ceramic and mixed media. dimensions variable. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Casey McDonough, the immeasurability of this cosmological collider, 2021. ceramic and mixed media. dimensions variable. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Casey McDonough, the immeasurability of this cosmological collider (detail), 2021. ceramic and mixed media. dimensions variable. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Casey McDonough, the immeasurability of this cosmological collider (detail), 2021. ceramic and mixed media. dimensions variable. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Casey McDonough, the immeasurability of this cosmological collider (detail), 2021. ceramic and mixed media. dimensions variable. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Casey McDonough, the immeasurability of this cosmological collider (detail), 2021. ceramic and mixed media. dimensions variable. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Casey McDonough, the immeasurability of this cosmological collider (detail), 2021. ceramic and mixed media. dimensions variable. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Casey McDonough, the immeasurability of this cosmological collider (detail), 2021. ceramic and mixed media. dimensions variable. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Casey McDonough, the immeasurability of this cosmological collider (detail), 2021. ceramic and mixed media. dimensions variable. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Casey McDonough, the immeasurability of this cosmological collider (detail), 2021. ceramic and mixed media. dimensions variable. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Casey McDonough, the immeasurability of this cosmological collider, 2021. ceramic and mixed media. dimensions variable. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Casey McDonough, the immeasurability of this cosmological collider, 2021. ceramic and mixed media. dimensions variable. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Left to right: works by Ry McCullough, Cynthia Mason, and Rosemarie Chiarlone. Photo: Will Lytch.

Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Left to right: works by Ry McCullough, Cynthia Mason, and Rosemarie Chiarlone. Photo: Will Lytch.

Ry McCullough, Themes for a Left-Handed Pitcher, 2021: Still Life with Left-Handed Pitcher (07-09), 2021. serigraphy, pochoir, collage, acrylic ink, gouache on paper .19 x 19 in. each. Left-Handed Pitcher Still Life (III), 2021. particle board, acrylic ink, concrete, polymer clay. 25 x 35 x 22 in. Perfect Games (Theme for a Left-Handed Pitcher), 2021. projected sound from single speaker. 9:00 min. (infinite loop). Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Ry McCullough, Themes for a Left-Handed Pitcher, 2021: Still Life with Left-Handed Pitcher (07-09), 2021. serigraphy, pochoir, collage, acrylic ink, gouache on paper .19 x 19 in. each. Left-Handed Pitcher Still Life (III), 2021. particle board, acrylic ink, concrete, polymer clay. 25 x 35 x 22 in. Perfect Games (Theme for a Left-Handed Pitcher), 2021. projected sound from single speaker. 9:00 min. (infinite loop). Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Ry McCullough, Themes for a Left-Handed Pitcher, 2021: Still Life with Left-Handed Pitcher (07-09), 2021. serigraphy, pochoir, collage, acrylic ink, gouache on paper .19 x 19 in. each. Left-Handed Pitcher Still Life (III), 2021. particle board, acrylic ink, concrete, polymer clay. 25 x 35 x 22 in. Perfect Games (Theme for a Left-Handed Pitcher), 2021. projected sound from single speaker. 9:00 min. (infinite loop). Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Ry McCullough, Themes for a Left-Handed Pitcher, 2021: Still Life with Left-Handed Pitcher (07-09), 2021. serigraphy, pochoir, collage, acrylic ink, gouache on paper .19 x 19 in. each. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Ry McCullough, Themes for a Left-Handed Pitcher, 2021: Left-Handed Pitcher Still Life (III), 2021. particle board, acrylic ink, concrete, polymer clay. 25 x 35 x 22 in. Perfect Games (Theme for a Left-Handed Pitcher), 2021. projected sound from single speaker. 9:00 min. (infinite loop). Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Ry McCullough, Themes for a Left-Handed Pitcher, 2021: Left-Handed Pitcher Still Life (III), 2021. particle board, acrylic ink, concrete, polymer clay. 25 x 35 x 22 in. Perfect Games (Theme for a Left-Handed Pitcher), 2021. projected sound from single speaker. 9:00 min. (infinite loop). Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Ry McCullough, Themes for a Left-Handed Pitcher, 2021: Left-Handed Pitcher Still Life (III) (detail), 2021. particle board, acrylic ink, concrete, polymer clay. 25 x 35 x 22 in. Perfect Games (Theme for a Left-Handed Pitcher), 2021. projected sound from single speaker. 9:00 min. (infinite loop). Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Ry McCullough, Themes for a Left-Handed Pitcher, 2021: Left-Handed Pitcher Still Life (III) (detail), 2021. particle board, acrylic ink, concrete, polymer clay. 25 x 35 x 22 in. Perfect Games (Theme for a Left-Handed Pitcher), 2021. projected sound from single speaker. 9:00 min. (infinite loop). Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Left to right: works by Casey McDonough, Ry McCollough, and Cynthia Mason. Photo: Will Lytch.

Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Left to right: works by Casey McDonough, Ry McCollough, and Cynthia Mason. Photo: Will Lytch.

Cynthia Mason, Limp Pricks and Plants in Rising Water, 2021. shredded documents, polyester fiber, graphite, soft pastel, ink, acrylic, fabric dye, gesso, flocking powder, glue, grommets, thread, canvas. 68 x 64 x 25 in. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Cynthia Mason, Limp Pricks and Plants in Rising Water, 2021. shredded documents, polyester fiber, graphite, soft pastel, ink, acrylic, fabric dye, gesso, flocking powder, glue, grommets, thread, canvas. 68 x 64 x 25 in. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Cynthia Mason, Limp Pricks and Plants in Rising Water (detail), 2021. shredded documents, polyester fiber, graphite, soft pastel, ink, acrylic, fabric dye, gesso, flocking powder, glue, grommets, thread, canvas. 68 x 64 x 25 in. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Cynthia Mason, Limp Pricks and Plants in Rising Water (detail), 2021. shredded documents, polyester fiber, graphite, soft pastel, ink, acrylic, fabric dye, gesso, flocking powder, glue, grommets, thread, canvas. 68 x 64 x 25 in. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Left to right: works by Kodi Thompson, Rosemarie Chiarlone, Cynthia Mason, Casey McDonough, and Ry McCollough. Photo: Will Lytch.

Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Left to right: works by Kodi Thompson, Rosemarie Chiarlone, Cynthia Mason, Casey McDonough, and Ry McCollough. Photo: Will Lytch.

Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Left to right: works by Rosemarie Chiarlone and Kodi Thompson. Photo: Will Lytch.

Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Left to right: works by Rosemarie Chiarlone and Kodi Thompson. Photo: Will Lytch.

Rosemarie Chiarlone, Mask of Corona, 2020. stab bound book: Japanese silk black book cloth, beaded form, Irish linen blue book cloth, hand perforated Stonehenge Aqua Cold Press black paper; text by poet Susan Weiner. Edition of three, one in English, Spanish and Creole. 11 x 11 x 3/4 in. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Rosemarie Chiarlone, Mask of Corona, 2020. stab bound book: Japanese silk black book cloth, beaded form, Irish linen blue book cloth, hand perforated Stonehenge Aqua Cold Press black paper; text by poet Susan Weiner. Edition of three, one in English, Spanish and Creole. 11 x 11 x 3/4 in. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Rosemarie Chiarlone, Mask of Corona, 2020. stab bound book: Japanese silk black book cloth, beaded form, Irish linen blue book cloth, hand perforated Stonehenge Aqua Cold Press black paper; text by poet Susan Weiner. Edition of three, one in English, Spanish and Creole. 11 x 11 x 3/4 in. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Rosemarie Chiarlone, Mask of Corona, 2020. stab bound book: Japanese silk black book cloth, beaded form, Irish linen blue book cloth, hand perforated Stonehenge Aqua Cold Press black paper; text by poet Susan Weiner. Edition of three, one in English, Spanish and Creole. 11 x 11 x 3/4 in. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Rosemarie Chiarlone, Mask of Corona (detail), 2020. stab bound book: Japanese silk black book cloth, beaded form, Irish linen blue book cloth, hand perforated Stonehenge Aqua Cold Press black paper; text by poet Susan Weiner. Edition of three, one in English, Spanish and Creole. 11 x 11 x 3/4 in. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Rosemarie Chiarlone, Mask of Corona (detail), 2020. stab bound book: Japanese silk black book cloth, beaded form, Irish linen blue book cloth, hand perforated Stonehenge Aqua Cold Press black paper; text by poet Susan Weiner. Edition of three, one in English, Spanish and Creole. 11 x 11 x 3/4 in. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Rosemarie Chiarlone, Mask of Corona (detail), 2020. stab bound book: Japanese silk black book cloth, beaded form, Irish linen blue book cloth, hand perforated Stonehenge Aqua Cold Press black paper; text by poet Susan Weiner. Edition of three, one in English, Spanish and Creole. 11 x 11 x 3/4 in. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Rosemarie Chiarlone, Mask of Corona (detail), 2020. stab bound book: Japanese silk black book cloth, beaded form, Irish linen blue book cloth, hand perforated Stonehenge Aqua Cold Press black paper; text by poet Susan Weiner. Edition of three, one in English, Spanish and Creole. 11 x 11 x 3/4 in. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Rosemarie Chiarlone, Otherness, 2021. 32 bricks, cut and torn paper with hand perforated; text text by poet Susan Weiner. 8-1/2 x 140-1/2 x 16 in. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Rosemarie Chiarlone, Otherness, 2021. 32 bricks, cut and torn paper with hand perforated; text text by poet Susan Weiner. 8-1/2 x 140-1/2 x 16 in. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Rosemarie Chiarlone, Otherness (detail), 2021. 32 bricks, cut and torn paper with hand perforated; text text by poet Susan Weiner. 8-1/2 x 140-1/2 x 16 in. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Rosemarie Chiarlone, Otherness (detail), 2021. 32 bricks, cut and torn paper with hand perforated; text text by poet Susan Weiner. 8-1/2 x 140-1/2 x 16 in. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Rosemarie Chiarlone, Otherness (detail), 2021. 32 bricks, cut and torn paper with hand perforated; text text by poet Susan Weiner. 8-1/2 x 140-1/2 x 16 in. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Rosemarie Chiarlone, Otherness (detail), 2021. 32 bricks, cut and torn paper with hand perforated; text text by poet Susan Weiner. 8-1/2 x 140-1/2 x 16 in. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Rosemarie Chiarlone, Otherness (detail), 2021. 32 bricks, cut and torn paper with hand perforated; text text by poet Susan Weiner. 8-1/2 x 140-1/2 x 16 in. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Rosemarie Chiarlone, Otherness (detail), 2021. 32 bricks, cut and torn paper with hand perforated; text text by poet Susan Weiner. 8-1/2 x 140-1/2 x 16 in. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Left to right: works by Cynthia Mason and Rosemarie Chiarlone. Photo: Will Lytch.

Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Left to right: works by Cynthia Mason and Rosemarie Chiarlone. Photo: Will Lytch.

Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Left to right: works by Rosemarie Chiarlone and Kodi Thompson. Photo: Will Lytch.

Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Left to right: works by Rosemarie Chiarlone and Kodi Thompson. Photo: Will Lytch.

Rosemarie Chiarlone, Consequence, 2019. embroidered silk organza sewn to silk chiffon leaves, masonry nails. text by poet Susan Weiner. 14 x 14 in., each of 28 fabric pieces; 112 x 90 x 7 in. as installed. Courtesy of the artist and Priscilla Juvelis Rare Books. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Rosemarie Chiarlone, Consequence, 2019. embroidered silk organza sewn to silk chiffon leaves, masonry nails. text by poet Susan Weiner. 14 x 14 in., each of 28 fabric pieces; 112 x 90 x 7 in. as installed. Courtesy of the artist and Priscilla Juvelis Rare Books. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Rosemarie Chiarlone, Consequence (detail), 2019. embroidered silk organza sewn to silk chiffon leaves, masonry nails. text by poet Susan Weiner. 14 x 14 in., each of 28 fabric pieces; 112 x 90 x 7 in. as installed. Courtesy of the artist and Priscilla Juvelis Rare Books. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Rosemarie Chiarlone, Consequence (detail), 2019. embroidered silk organza sewn to silk chiffon leaves, masonry nails. text by poet Susan Weiner. 14 x 14 in., each of 28 fabric pieces; 112 x 90 x 7 in. as installed. Courtesy of the artist and Priscilla Juvelis Rare Books. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Rosemarie Chiarlone, Equity, 2020. nylon flag. 48 x 72 in. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

Rosemarie Chiarlone, Equity, 2020. nylon flag. 48 x 72 in. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view of Skyway 20/21 exhibition at USF Contemporary Art Museum. Photo: Will Lytch.

 

Skyway 20/21: A Contemporary Collaboration at the USF Contemporary Art Museum is supported by the Gobioff Foundation, the Stanton Storer Embrace the Arts Foundation, the Lee and Victor Leavengood Trust, and Dr. Allen Root in honor of his late wife Janet G. Root.  

 

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