Since the summer of 2014, Derrick Buisch and Dale Kaminski have been working on a series of large-scale digital prints combined with painting. Kaminski initiated the project by delivering a set of oversize digitally manipulated photographs to Buisch in his Madison studio. Kaminski’s large-scale prints combine photographs with discrete digital manipulations to create a range of evocative atmospheric scenes; landscapes, abstract patterns, and architectural details are all elements of an ongoing body of work. Buisch overlays drawings from his own long-term project of a visual index – a collection of scribbles/doodles, drawn linear abstractions. The Buisch index is projected and painted on top of the Kaminski prints.
Buish Kaminski Collaborations
A painting professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison since 1997, Buisch has exhibited in many national and regional museum exhibitions including the Tory Folliard Gallery, James Watrous Gallery, Wisconsin Triennials, and University Gallery of the Center for Art & Theatre at Southern Georgia University. Buisch’s new site-specific paintings were included in the current 2016 Wisconsin Triennial at the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, Madison, WI. Buisch is a recipient of a 2017 Joan Mitchell Foundation Painters & Sculptors Grant.
Dale Kaminski (MFA UW-Madison 2012 ) is an artist that works with all forms of new technology. His interests are focused on the ways we can use technology communally to facilitate better interpersonal relations. His work has appeared in local, regional, national, international and intergalactic art shows and performance venues most recently at the Powerhouse Museum in Sydney, Australia. Dale is the director of the Arts Media Center at the University of Wisconsin - Whitewater campus where he directs many interdisciplinary projects that focus on the collaborative use of technology.
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Arts + Literature Laboratory is located in Madison’s Schenk-Atwood neighborhood at 2021 Winnebago Street, Madison, Wisconsin 53704.
Gallery hours are Tuesday-Saturday 11am-3pm during exhibitions or by appointment. Please check the exhibitions calendar before planning your visit, as the gallery is closed between exhibitions and other schedule changes are posted here.