Sculpture / Textile / Painting
b. Newport News, VA | Lives and works in Richmond, VA
Teschner’s “Sculptures-That-Are-Flat” are composed of stitched, individually painted planes, using the symbolic language of architectural forms and of natural forces to demonstrate the expressive power of spatial relationships. Her work can be seen in various Soho Houses, The Goodtime Hotel (Miami), Elle, Coveteur, AnOther Magazine and The Good Trade.
“All of this for me, all of the references to architecture and math and humidity, are a way to talk about being in the world. An affirmation of existence or the inability to do so.”
“My formal aim is to disassemble the planes of common three-dimensional forms so that, when reassembled, their edges and lines form uncommon and irrational intersections. The process of cutting, painting and reconstructing material in my work echoes my conceptual interest in dismantling logic-structures in order to introduce new interpretations. My attraction to using fabric has to do with its portability and flexibility. Constructing forms from this material has natural limitations that I use to explore and reveal the concept of accumulating knowledge.”
MFA California College of the Arts, Oakland, CA
BFA Scupture, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA
2016, Summer Group Show with Gary Edward Blum, Oliver Leach, Daniel Postaer, Euqinom SF, CA
2016, In The Offing, Irving Street Projects: artist-in-residence
2015, The Inability of Reason, Chandra Cerrito Contemporary, Oakland, CA
2015, Pianoforte, Goodnight Projects, San Francisco, CA
2014, Broken Law and The Builded, Pro Arts Gallery, Oakland, CA
2014, Import/Export, Side Pocket Gallery, Gloucester, VA
2013, Finalist for 2013 Emdash Award, Frieze Art Fair, London, U.K.
2013, Artist-in-Residence at Campos de Gutiérrez, Medellín, Colombia
2013, We Are Here, Because We're Not All There, Barclay Simpson Award 25th Anniversary Exhibition, Tecoah Bruce Gallery at the Oliver Art Center, California College of the Arts, Oakland, CA
2012, DocumentO, Krowswork, Oakland, CA
2012, Treads and Risers a show featuring work by Gabrielle Teschner and Julie Ann Travis at FM Gallery, Downtown Oakland, CA
2012, De-Mobbing: Landscape, Structure, Bioform at Headlands Center for the Arts
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