Only a sample of Triple Base’s six- year exhibition history exists here simply because a big portion of the exhibition schedule was designed to support solo, site specific installations in our store front space on 24th Street in San Francisco. In many cases our curatorial role was to help develop the idea, provide exposure, write contextual material, develop programs, connect working partners, and help with installation design. Sharing equal responsibility with my co-director Dina Pugh from 2006-2011. We worked on many exhibitions and projects together. Often we would rotate, overseeing exhibitions for solo artists and working together on some group shows. Several Triple Base projects we developed independently – I list some of mine here on this site. I feel very fortunate to have worked closely on solo shows with Kyle Mock, Rachel Kaye, Serena Cole, Elyse Mallouk, Jay Nelson, Hilary Pecis, Elaine Buckholtz, Alexander Kori Girard, Elisheva Biernoff, Peter Scherrer, Christine Shields, Suzanne Husky, Tara Lisa Foley, Beth Cook, Michelle Blade, Eleanor Kent, and Todd Bura.
These artists are inspirational, they push themselves to reinvent and challenge expectations. Each employs their creative practice in their everyday work and they support themselves. They are visionaries and they know how to survive in the world as a creative person. I am grateful for my time with each of them, as they have taught me so much.
All the work we did at Triple Base Gallery with guest artists and performers was remarkable. Over the years we had the most devoted and loving staff of volunteers and they were our backbone, truly. A special thanks to my friend and business partner Dina Pugh.