Visual Arts, 2005
Susanne Cockrell’s work in performance, film, installation, and concept driven public projects, seeks to create experiences that elevate the everyday into something more wonderful, mysterious, and full of possibility. In addition to working on Temescal Amity Works, her project Knithoughts (an ongoing, interactive work wherein she circulates cards at exhibitions and in daily encounters) has been exhibited at Southern Exposure Gallery (San Francisco) and at the Kellogg Art Museum (Pomona, California). Cockrell is an Associate Professor of Fine Art at California College of the Arts. Her work has been exhibited at the Headlands Center for the Arts, the Hirschorn Museum, the Ann Arbor Film Festival, the Semena De Cine Experimental Madrid, The Berkeley Art Museum, and Capp Street Project. She is the recipient of a Creative Work Fund Grant from the Elise and Walter Haas Foundation.
Temescal Amity Works
Temescal Amity Works is a social sculpture project. Sited in the Temescal neighborhood of Oakland, CA, the project facilitates and documents the ex…
Oct 10 – Sep 18, 2016
Brian Knep presents "Worm/Traces" at the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, MA
Nov 09 – Jul 09, 2016
Jillian Mayer in "Self-Proliferation" at The Girls Club Collection in Hollywood
May 01 – Jun 29, 2016
Rachel Chavkin Directs The Folk Opera "Hadestown"
February 7, 2012
Creative Capital at the College Art Association 2012 Conference