Two Kinds of Luck
February 5, 2016 – February 26, 2016
Liz Rodda uses collage as a strategy to tease out relationships between materials and ideas that are seemingly at odds with one another. Her work draws from a wide range of influence including psychology, philosophy, and pop culture. Rodda’s interdisciplinary practice includes video, sound, and sculpture.
Liz Rodda was born in California and lives in Austin, Texas. Her work has been presented in solo exhibitions at David Shelton Gallery and Lawndale Contemporary Art Center (Houston, TX) and the Crisp-Ellert Art Museum (St. Augustine, FL). Past screenings and group exhibitions include The Festival of (In)Appropriation, The Anthology Film Archives (New York, NY); The Texas Biennial, Blue Star Contemporary Art Museum (San Antonio, TX); Surf Club, Vox Populi (Philadelphia, PA); and Kiss The Future, Schwartz Gallery (London, UK). Rodda was a 2015 artist-in-residence at Fountainhead (Miami, Florida), and is currently an Assistant Professor at Texas State University, School of Art and Design.
Women for Art Exhibition Fund
Anonymous - Chloe Ball - Kelli Block
Katharine Birdsall - Gardy Bloemers - Janet Bruce
Courtney Coker - Betsy Dalgliesh - Charlotte Dammann
Lisa Draine - Susan Fleischmann - Sylvia Gage
Annie Gould - Martha M. Grasty - Holen Lewis
Lynn Mills - Dani Renchard - Anne Slaughter
Claire Holman Thompson - Russell Willis Taylor
Lyn Bolen Warren - Jennis Warren - Denise Annie Way