We have as much time as it takes 2010
This exhibition was curated by second-year students about to receive their master's degrees from CCA's Graduate Program in Curatorial Practice. The students are Jacqueline Clay, Nicole Cromartie, Courtney Dailey, Emily Gonzalez, Jacqueline Im, Kristin Korolowicz, Sharon Lerner, Katie Hood Morgan, Maria Elena Ortiz, Arden Sherman, Joanna Szupinska, and Josephine Zarkovich. The show has been developed with the support of Magali Arriola, adjunct professor; Julian Myers, assistant professor; and Claire Fitzsimmons, Wattis Institute deputy director. This is the first time that the program's thesis exhibition has been presented in the Wattis galleries, and its opening is timed to coincide with the openings of CCA's collegewide graduate thesis exhibitions.
Logan Galleries
CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts
San Francisco

Artists: Nina Beier and Marie Lund, David Horvitz, Jason Mena, Sandra Nakamura, Roman Ondák, Red76, Zachary Royer Scholz, Tercerunquinto, Lawrence Weiner, Christine Wong Yap

We have as much time as it takes calls attention to the multiple conditions that determine artistic display in the CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts. As an art gallery located within an educational institution, the Wattis Institute requires the steady production of tangible, professional results. Responding to this situation, We have as much time as it takes presents practices that expose, directly or symbolically, the often unquestioned and overlooked systems and economies related to such a situation. The show features ten international artists and collectives working in a variety of media, including sculpture, installation, performance, and video. Many of the works are new, site-responsive commissions created especially for this exhibition.