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Cerbera Gallery presents: “Slippery” by Stephanie Lanter

Experience Cerbera Gallery’s new exhibit “Slippery” | Selected works by Stephanie Lanter

“Slippery”

Selected Works by Stephanie Lanter

September 1, 2020

(Please Note: Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and CDC guidelines for group gatherings, this exhibition will primarily be featured online. We will allow limited-capacity, in-person visits of the gallery during this time. We strongly encourage visitors to make appointments or call in advance if they plan to visit the gallery. Stay tuned in to our Social Media and website for updates regarding our current exhibition.)

 

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“Slippery”

Since 2000, Kansas artist and educator Stephanie Lanter has been working in clay, fiber, and mixed media. Cerbera Gallery’s latest exhibition, “Slippery”, by Lanter engages with the cryptic paradoxes that can be found in her work. Using delicate lines to connect abstract sculptural elements, Lanter magnifies the relationship between negative space and form.

Lanter’s distinctive clay and fiber sculptures reveal the unrelenting modes of communication that link people’s bodies and minds through negative space. Using a technique called “analog 3-d printing” or manual slip trailing, Lanter builds ambiguous forms with liquid porcelain. Through this method, Lanter has developed her own language as hidden phrases and nonsensical words are strung together in clay throughout her sculptures.

 

Lanter, received an MFA from Ohio University in 2002 and a BA from Xavier University in 1998. Lanter is Currently the Assistant Professor of Ceramics at Emporia State University in Kansas. She has also taught at Washburn and Wichita State Universities.

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As one of the founding residents at the Red Lodge Clay Center, and the first Jentel / Archie Bray Foundation Critic at the Bray, Lanter has been awarded residencies at Arrowmont’s Pentaculum, the LH Project, the Archie Bray Foundation, Anderson Ranch Arts Center, and the Mendocino Arts Center.

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In addition to exhibiting her sculptural ceramics, installations, and mixed media drawings to an international audience, Lanter has given numerous workshops and presentations, including recently for ArtAxis National ClayWeek Conversations.

Lanter’s essays and artworks have been featured in journals such as Ceramics Monthlyand Ceramics, Art and Perception.
In 2010, she received a Kansas Arts Commission Collaboration Grant to support the interdisciplinary installation and publication series, The Waiting Room Projects, directed by Marguerite Perret, and exhibited across the country and in the Netherlands.
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Solo Exhibitions:

2019 Slippery. Kansas Wesleyan University. Salina, KS
2018 Terms. Bethel College. Newton, KS
Terms. WSU Shiftspace. Wichita, KS
2017 Inbox: Wall of Hope. Alice C. Sabatini Gallery Lobby, TSCPL. Topeka, KS
2016 Inbox. Bethany College, Lindsbourg, KS
See Threads. University of the Ozarks. Clarksville, AR
2015 Connectivities. Hesston College. Newton, KS.
2013 What? Garden City Community College, Garden City, KS
2012 Please Hold. Central College. Pella, IA
2009 Domestic Intimations. Wichita Center for the Arts. Wichita, KS
2007 Things With Holes. Red Lodge Clay Center. Red Lodge, MT
2004 You Can’t Stop. Wichita State University. Wichita, KS
2003 Body Parts, Pigs & Waterbears. Mendocino Bakery & Café. Mendocino, CA

Permanent Collections:

Archie Bray Foundation For the Ceramic Arts

Korea Ceramic Foundation, Gyeonggi-do

University of North Florida Department of Art and Design
Mulvane Art Museum
Topeka & Shawnee County Public Library Alice C. Sabatini Gallery

 

Please join Cerbera Gallery in celebrating Stephanie Lanter’s fall exhibition, “Slippery” – September 1.

For all press inquires and group visits regarding Cerbera Gallery’s fall exhibition, “Slippery”, contact Philipp Eirich or Kennedy Burgess at info@cerberagallery.com. We encourage local museums and art groups interested in private tours to book dates in advance.

No First Friday for September, 2020.
Tue, Wed either 1-5pm or by appointment (844.202.9303)
Thu, Fri from 1-6pm and Sat from 11-6pm.

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