Slow glass, an installation by Kari Orvik
In Right Window, June 2022
Kari Orvik is a photo-based artist and educator. Her work is often site-specific and engages ideas of presence and absence; exploring what we hold onto, what we let go, and where we place value. Orvik’s work has been exhibited at the Oakland Museum of California, the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles, and the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, where her work is also held in the permanent collection. She has held residencies at Recology San Francisco and the Headlands Center for the Arts in nearby Marin County. She has taught photography at Stanford University; San Francisco Art Institute; City College of San Francisco; and the University of California, Berkeley. Orvik currently operates a tintype portrait studio in San Francisco.
Organized by Colter Jacobsen and Tanya Hollis
See more of Kari's work in Geneva @ SFO Museum (Terminal 2/Terminal 3) May 12 - December 6th