‘All that Remains’ at Stranger Factory Features the Work of 21 Artists

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“Ouroboros” by Lana Crooks

In All that Remains, the new exhibition at Stranger Factory, a diverse group of artists offer their own interpretations of the phrase, “What remains when all is said and done?” Curated by Lana Crooks (who also appears in the exhibition), the group show runs October 7-31, 2016. Participating artists include Adipocere, Jeremy Bastian, Jessica Dalva, Kristina Drake, Matt Hall, Stephanie Inagaki, Darla Jackson, Jessica Joslin, Jennifer Joslin, Mahlimae, Lauren Marx, Caitlin McCormick, Stephanie Metz, Christina Mrozik, Forest Rogers, Virginie Ropars, Sinan Soykut, Tyler Thrasher, Jake Waldron, and Katherine Walsh (FearsomeBeast). View more photos from All that Remains behind the cut.

“Nautilus” by Sinan Soykut

“My Anxious Lungs” by Lauren Marx


The themed exhibition features a wide collection of “unearthed specimens” and macabre oddities, rendered in a variety of mediums. Such creations include the intricate animal sculptures of Jessica Joslin, made of bone, brass, and antique hardware; Adipocere’s occult embroidery on natural linens; and the anatomical paper sculptures of Sinan Soykut.

“Ursulus evolvere” by Stephanie Metz

“Lymantria (The Destroyer)” by Jennifer Joslin

“Lady Godiva” by Adipocere

Taking inspiration from both the natural world and the fantastic, many pieces delve into the realm of the surreal, such as Stephanie Metz’s “scientific” renderings of felted teddy bears and Mahlimae’s strange and mysterious art dolls.

“Bishop” by Jessica Joslin

“Finding a New Way Home” by Jessica Dalva

“Last Grasp” by Sinan Soykut

“Lady Blue” by Katherine Walsh

“The cracks are there to let the light in” by Matt Hall

An opening reception for All that Remains will be held today (October 7) at Stranger Factory between 6-9pm. Located in Albuquerque, Stranger Factory is dedicated to bringing together local artists within the post-modern, pop surrealist and “lowbrow” art community. Learn more on their website.

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