May 18–Jun 28

Andrew Humke
Michelle Marchesseault
L. Renée Núñez
Emma Rossoff

Networks of mutual reliance and tenuous balance, everything depends on each other.

New painting and sculpture from Austin.

Visit: Thursday–Sunday, 2-6pm, last day is Friday, June 28
Opening: Saturday, May 18, 6-9pm
Mai Snow & Katherine Vaughn Performance: Sunday, May 26, 4pm
Organizer’s Talks with Phillip Niemeyer: Friday, May 31, 5pm and Sunday, June 2, 3pm
Artist Run Club: Wednesday, June 12, 6:30am
Last-Chance Reception and Artist Talks:
Saturday, June 29, 11am–1pm
talks with Andrew, Michelle, Renée, and Emma, moderated by Phillip

Andrew Humke — painter originally from Ohio. New to Austin, he is often in Marseille, France, where he is represented by Southway Studio. He contributes an oil on large canvas—a paradox of empty bowls filling each other.

Michelle Marchesseault ­— painter originally from Indiana, working between Austin and New York. She most recently showed her Pompeii paintings at NADA Miami 2023. In the show are three recent paintings: a quartet of queer friends unite on a rural walk, family history as knick knacks on a wavy shelf, and a joyful apotheosis of linked breath and pasta.

L. Renée Núñez — indigenous painter and dancer, working in Lago Vista. This is her first show with Northern-Southern. She paints two landscapes each stretched on the wall. Each sensuously depicts a symbiotic network of life without people.

Emma Rossoff — sculptor and a recent graduate from the UT MFA program with a BA from Columbia. Originally from New York, she is working in Austin. Her most recent shows were at Shed~Shows and the Cage Match at Museum of Human Achievement. Northern-Southern is excited to show a suite of new sculptures: disembodied hands grip and caress each other in surreal and often funny oppositions and conflations.

interdependence is organized by Phillip Niemeyer.

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Michelle Marchesseault, Road to Lordville, 2023, vinyl paint on linen, 28 x 32 inches