Wine, Women & WheelsDecember 2, 2000
WINE, WOMEN & WHEELS, curated by Paul Ha
Wine, Women & Wheels presents a look at life on the edge. The work included in this exhibition depicts fast cars, dangerous women, and drunken revelation, with an I’m-gonna-kick-your-ass attitude.
Jane Gang sketches strippers on-site at the clubs where they dance. Nancy Floyd photographs women gun owners in the U.S. in her series “Stopping Power.” Margaret Curtis paints girlish Monster Trucks. Carl D’Alvia sculpts futuristic women. Eunsuk Joo photographs Korean women at karaoke parlors in her series, “No-Re-Bang.” Eric Doeringer creates elaborate, functional bongs. Nancy Hwang presents a very exclusive bar, designed to accommodate only one person at a time. Katharine Kuharic paints scenes of women-only survival camps. Guy Overfelt presents an inflatable Trans Am. Stephen Rose presents “Dance Craze,” a series of photographs depicting a male-fantasy pornographer. Robert Stone custom builds a strap-on subwoofer for a Mercedes 230SLK. Jerald Ieans creates drawings with wine. Russell Nachman presents drawings made from the decals on toy racecars. Jason Middlebrook creates a giant car air freshener. Josephine Meckseper presents prints and collages of girls on bikes and Charlie’s Angels.
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