Image: Stamped UCLA Brick from Pacific Clay, Lake Elsinore a part of Process Inter-upted a publication designed by Michael Ray-Von

April 14-17, 2016

Fiona began this project in 2014 with a visit to Pacific Clay to research the origins of the bricks on UCLA's campus and presented it in the format of Supper Studio at A.UD. This installation is a follow-up and will present bulletin boards from around the shared work spaces, offices and labs of Pacific Clay. Excerpts from the original Supper Studio presentation and the closing discussion will be published by POOL. 

Please join us for a closing event and discussion in collaboration with POOL on Sunday April 17 at 6pm.  Snacks will be provided. 

Hours: 2 pm - 7pm Thursday, Friday. Saturday, Sunday by appointment only.

Room 1209 B, Perloff Hall
UCLA Architecture and Urban Design
365 Portola Plaza 
Los Angeles, CA 90095

For more information, please call 661.231.5897

Fiona Connor was born in 1981 in Auckland, New Zealand, and lives and works in Los Angeles, California. Solo exhibitions include On What Remains, Part One, Lisa Cooley, New York; Community Notice Board(2015) and Bare Use (2013), 1301PE, Los Angeles, California; Wallworks, Monash University Museum of Art, Melbourne, Australia (2014); Can Do Academy (2014) and Mount Gabriel, Ruby and Ash (2012), Hopkinson Mossman, Auckland, New Zealand; and Murals and Print, Various Small Fires, Los Angeles, California (2012). Her work has been shown in numerous group exhibitions including: Made in L.A., Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, California (2014 and 2012); TL;DR, curated by Michael Ned Holte, Artspace, Auckland, New Zealand (2014); the 13th Istanbul Biennial (2013); Prospect: New Zealand Art Now, City Gallery, Wellington, New Zealand (2011); On Forgery: is one thing better than another?, LAXART, Los Angeles, California (2011); and NEW10, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne, Australia (2010). Connor completed her MFA at California Institute of the Arts, Valencia, California. She is a 2011 recipient of the Chartwell Trust Award for Patronage and a 2010 finalist for the Walters Prize.

Thank you to UCLA Architecture and Urban Design.