Imagined Realities

Sustainability Park (2500 Lawrence St. Denver, CO 80205)

July 17 – September 6, 2013

  • Part of the 2013 Biennial of the Americas; in conjunction with RedLine
  • Opening reception: Wednesday July 17 (RedLine Members, 6 pm, public reception from 7-10 pm)
  • Curated By Cortney Lane Stell
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(from the press release)

RedLine is pleased to announce the exhibition Imagined Realities, which will be held at Denver’s Sustainability Park (SPark) as an auxiliary exhibition for the 2013 Biennial of the Americas. The temporary exhibition, curated by Cortney Lane Stell, is dedicated to artistic research that explores the intertwined concepts of energy and sustainability.

“Imagined Realities is really about thinking through all of our aesthetic, social, philosophical, and pragmatic relations to the world in which we live,” stated Courtney Lane Stell, guest curator for the exhibition. “Here, artists encourage a critical, reflective, and engaging approach to this topic - a topic that is normally approached through political or commercial avenues. This exhibition is not about answers it’s more about a pluralistic dialogue.”

The featured, regional-based artists in the exhibition include Matthew Harris, Lisa Moses and Adam Brock, Alvin Gregorio, Brian Evans, Trine Bumiller, M12, Daniel Hipolito and Donald Fodness. Seven sculptural works will engage the concept of sustainability and humanity’s relation to the earth and nature. The artworks within the exhibition were selected for their ability to broaden definitions of sustainability as well as illuminate and discuss current ideas in relation to art disciplines. The exhibition aims at producing a diverse art-viewing experience for the public. These many perspectives can be seen in the range of artist’s consideration of energy – from the entropic energy created by compost, to solar energy, and even the energy of human thought or reflection.

Imagined Realities will be hosted at SPark, a community, education and green industry resource located in the heart of Downtown Denver. The opening reception for RedLine members will be held on Wednesday July 17 at 6 pm, followed by a public reception from 7-10 pm. This exhibition is free and open to the public.

Imagined Realities is RedLine’s contribution to the 2013 Biennial of the Americas, an international festival of art, culture, and ideas focused exclusively on the Americas and hosted in Denver. The Biennial commences on July 16, presenting a combination of innovative workshops, world-class symposia, art exhibitions and cultural programming. For more information about the Biennial of the Americas, visit

About SPark

Sustainability Park, or SPark, is collaborative development of Denver Housing Authority (DHA) and the Colorado Renewable Energy Society (CRES), with programming and managing support from RedLine, the park showcases, evaluates and promotes earth-friendly technologies and strategies across a broad range of disciplines, including renewable energy and green building, agriculture and sustainable site development, community participation, jobs and health economy and transportation.

About RedLine

RedLine, a 501(c)(3) public charity, is a diverse urban laboratory where contemporary art, education, and community converge. The gallery’s vision is to foster forms of social practice in the arts that inspire inquiry and catalyze change. Located in Denver’s Historic Five Points neighborhood, RedLine combines an artist residency program with project-based community engagement in art. Learn more about RedLine at,, by phone at 303.296.4448, or by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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