Kelly Nipper, a multimedia artist based in Los Angeles, California, is featured in her first solo museum exhibition, Perspectives 158: Kelly Nipper. Working in photography, video, and performance, Nipper draws on a wide range of inspirations including contemporary dance, psychology, anthropology, and post-Einsteinian theories of time, to name a few. Equally interested in the form and content of her moving and still images, she peels back the layers of familiarity surrounding the dynamics of the everyday: body movements, interpersonal relationships, and even the weather. Nipper attempts to capture, analyze, and perfect elements from the chaotic flow of life.
The exhibition is comprised of one video installation, An Arrangement for the Architect and a Darkroom Timer (2005); a single color photograph, The Future (2006); and three groups of photographs, Weather Center (2006), Love with the Sound Technician (2004), and Evergreen (2005).