Artists are continuously challenging their boundaries and excavating their unique discoveries to create new and bold work. Studio Channel Islands invites you to enter your most recent breakthrough pieces, the ones that have led you to the horizon of your work's next evolution! All media and styles are welcome.
This exhibition accepts 2D/3D works, video, film, performance, sound, and installation art. All submissions must be the artist’s original work.
2022 Juror: David Pagel
David Pagel is an art critic, curator, and professor of art theory and history at Claremont Graduate University in Claremont, California. His reviews and essays have appeared in the Los Angeles Times, Brooklyn Rail, and Artforum. Recent publications include Jim Shaw, Lund Humphries, London, 2019 and Talking Beauty: A Conversation Between Joseph Raffael and David Pagel about Art, Love, Death, and Creativity, Zero+, Claremont, 2018, as well as catalog essays on John Sonsini, Elliott Hundley, Bret Price, and Dane Goodman. Recently organized exhibitions include “re:Socializing—art out of quarantine” and “Kenneth Noland/August Rodin/Ian Trout,” both at Claremont Graduate University. A self-taught diorama builder and an avid cyclist, Pagel is a seven-time winner of the California Triple Crown.