Intimate Immensity with Liz Hickok

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Liz Hickok

July 6 - September 21

Opening: July 13, 2019

LMFA is thrilled to present this solo exhibition by San Francisco artist Liz Hickok. With glowing colors and shifts in scale, Hickok’s work calls into question what is real and what is imagined. She uses ephemeral materials such as liquid crystal solutions and constructs colorful, glowing architectural sculptures that change over time, morphing into fantastical worlds. She documents her “scientific process” with photography and video to catch fleeting moments in the continuously evolving scenes.

Hickok’s Cityscapes in Jell-O series attracted media attention, receiving coverage in The New York Times and features on the CBS’s The Early Show and NPR.

We will also be displaying some of the artist’s scale models used in her photographic constructions, and she will be giving an artist talk before the opening reception on Saturday July 13th.

About the Artist

Liz Hickok

Artist’s Bio:

Liz Hickok is a San Francisco-based artist working in photography, video, sculpture, and installation. She received her MFA from Mills College in Oakland, CA, a BFA from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, and a BA from Tufts University in Boston, MA. Hickok lived and worked in Boston before moving to San Francisco in 2003.

Hickok has exhibited at arts institutions across the country and internationally from Washington to Israel. Hickok has exhibited at arts institutions across the country and internationally from Washington to Israel. This past year, Liz developed a photomural for Google’s San Francisco offices as well as the New Museum in Los Gatos, CA. She was recently included in Natural Systems at Chandra Cerrito Contemporary, and Water at PhotoPlace Gallery in Middlebury, VT. Hickok is currently included in Slice at Pence Gallery in Davis, CA, and in 2019 is slated to have a solo exhibition at the Longview Museum of Fine Arts in Longview, TX.

Hickok’s Fugitive Topography: Cityscapes in Jell-O attracted media attention, receiving coverage in The New York Times and features on the CBS's The Early Show and NPR.

Artist Website: https://www.lizhickok.com/

The Exhibit