October 2017

Opening: Saturday, October 7 2017 @ 7:00 pm

ROY G BIV Gallery presents work by Andrew Wood and Kara Gut. The work of both artists will be on display October 7–28 at 997 N High St. Hours: 1– 6 pm Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Admission is free.


Opening Reception: Saturday, October 7, from 7–10 pm

Performance by Andrew Wood: October 7, at 7 pm

Artists’ Talks and Closing: Saturday, October 28 at 2:30 pm


Andrew Wood will exhibit getting_on-off.expressway, a combination of sculpture, performance and drawing made from a medley of archetypal characters, autobiography, and veiled references, all of which work in tandem to flesh out a narrative. Wood’s work functions as both passive installation and something that is activated through performance, where documentation and cross-discipline collaging offers the potential for past work to resurface in new projects.


Wood received his MFA from The Ohio State University (Columbus, OH). Prior to that, he received his BA in Fine Art from the University of Sunderland (Sunderland, U.K.). Wood has exhibited work at Urban Arts Space, Hopkins Hall Gallery and Millworks Artist Studio (Columbus, OH). He has also screened videos at The Mini Micro Cinema, (Cincinnati, OH), Skylab Gallery and Milo Arts, (Columbus, OH). Wood lives and works in Columbus, OH.



Kara Gut will exhibit ESC, an installation using image, screen based media and sculptural elements to explore the necessity of certain digital spaces, with a particular interest in subverting the patriarchal conversation within them. Gut’s multidisciplinary work investigates the new shape of human intimacy formed by internet lifestyle, constructed detachment from reality, and the power dynamics of the virtual.


Gut is a multidisciplinary artist with an MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art. She is the recipient of the Peter MacKendrick Endowment for Visual
Artists. Her work has been collected by Cranbrook Art Museum as
well as numerous private collections. Her work was recently featured
by Refigural Magazine, The Unstitute, and the Detroit Center for Contemporary Photography. Gut currently lives and works in Columbus, OH.