In April, I have the pleasure of working with an artist that I have admired for years – Alexa Horochowski. Alexa will be teaching a video workshop, inspired by the Richard Prince exhibition and rock album covers, for high school students at the Walker through out the month of April (click here for info).
What makes working with Alexa so great is her ability to move from medium to medium. Although she’s listed on mnartists.org as a sculptor, she has many titles including photographer, painter, printmaker, and filmmaker. Here’s some photos that show how just versatile her work is.
El Zorzal Criollo (The Native Robin)
28”H x 110”L x 59”W, steel, auto paint, airbag hydraulics, stereo, i-pod, battery, compressor, 2006
Heartbreak Highway 1999
5′ 6″ x 104′ x 144′, Interactive Mixed Media Outdoor Installation
Latina Incognita (I want…)
2000 chromogenic color prints, ed. of 10 20 x 16 in.
Girl Washing Elephant
Acrylic on paper, 62″ x 52″, 2006
If you want to find out more about her work, check out this Radio mnartists.org interview.