Patterned Existence: Cory Imig

February 15, 2013

Concept |
The Concept/OK:Art in Oklahoma exhibition welcomes the public until February 16, 2013 at the new Tulsa Arts and Humanities Council’s Hardesty Arts Center. Admission is free of charge. See for more information. 

Through a partnership with the Charlotte Street Foundation, the Focus artists will also present their work at the La Esquina gallery in Kansas City in March 2013. The Focus OK-KC component includes four Oklahoma artists and five Kansas City, MO artists developing new work for the exhibitions in both Tulsa and Kansas City. Read more in this Art Focus Oklahoma magazine article about the Focus artists. 

Watch Cory Imig’s artist profile video

Kansas City, MO 
Project Statement: 
My work is primarily installation based, placing various ideas in the same space and asking the viewer to draw connections.  I organize information, meticulously categorizing everyday situations, interactions among other people, and my relationship to the world around me.  After spending a major part of this past year focusing on the idea of curating and the organization of exhibitions, I realized how closely related those ideas are to the work that I produce.  I highlight and emphasize patterns of time, whether those patterns exist in my daily activities or are embedded in ideas I find interesting.  
Cory Imig is an interdisciplinary artist currently working in Kansas City, Missouri. She received her BFA from Savannah College of Art and Design in 2008. In 2011, she was accepted into the Charlotte Street Foundation’s studio residency program and has since participated in numerous group shows. Imig and four others were awarded a Rocket Grant as part of the regional regranting program through The Andy Warhol Foundation in support of PLUG Projects, an artist-run curatorial collaboration. Imig is a current regional fellow in the Oklahoma Art Writing and Curatorial Fellowship Program organized by the Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition.