june, 2019

29jun(jun 29)6:00 pm03aug(aug 3)5:00 pmFAN MAIL : A Group Exhibition Organized by Hyperlink Artist Collective Members


Event Details

Public Reception: June 29, 6:00 – 9:00 PM – FREE

Related Programming:

Visiting Critic Series: Featuring Evan Garza, August 1, 2019: 4PM , $5.00  

Junk Drawer: Featuring DJs NEW DAD ROUTING NUMBER, August 3, 2019, 9PM, $10.00

PURCHASE TICKETS for related programming


Participating Artists: Theresa Anderson/ Michael Brodeur aka New Dad, Amber Cobb/ Rachel Niffengger, Tobias Fike/ Adam Basanta, Ian Fisher/ Dan Gratz, Matthew Harris/ Jennifer Arnold, Ashley Williams & Sarah Williams/ Sarah and Joseph Belknap, Kathryn Wingard/ Derek Barker, Donald Fodness/ William Dalton Frizzell, Daisy McGowan/ Caitlin Goebel, Laura Shill/ AJRR/AdamJonRoseRoses (Adam-Jon Williams and Rose Gelderblom Waddilove) Derrick Velasquez/ Suzy González

Hyperlink is a diverse collective of artists based in Denver whose mission is to foster meaningful connections between artists, curators, institutions, and viewers through the organization of exhibition exchanges in partnering communities.


Based on RedLine and Hyperlink’s mission statements and the current status of the reign of capitalism on contemporary art, Hyperlink asked each of its members to research and select an under recognized artist of merit. The definition of under recognized was intentionally vague and left up to each Hyperlink member to interpret. Some members of our collective chose artists who have had success, but they believe that the work is not widely enough viewed, others chose artists whose type of work is difficult and often left out of contemporary art conversations. Purposely, FAN MAIL doesn’t privilege the buddy-system but seeks a new paradigm. We ask each other how we, as artists may create new connections and present artworks we desire to share and voices that we long to be heard.


FAN MAIL is the third exhibition in D | Vision, a series of exhibitions that will explore the relationship between social, cultural or political division and artistic vision. Throughout the year, RedLine’s exhibits, special events, and programs will seek to investigate the ways in which division opens space for new creation and perspectives or how culture makes vision out of division.


June 29 (Saturday) 6:00 pm - August 3 (Saturday) 5:00 pm