Blind Alley projects presents Liminal Space: Zeke Williams, Sky Hook May 23 – June 3, 2021
The artist explains the impetus of Sky Hook, “The idea to create this large Quetzalcoatlus came to me during a fever dream I had in March of 2020 while recovering from Covid-19. I think I was influenced by the museum in the game Animal Crossing : New Horizons, which we were playing at the time along with many other people under quarantine. Sky Hook is only about ½ scale of an actual Quetzalcoatlus, whose wingspan could reach as large as 40 feet across. I’m hoping this piece turns Blind Alley into a localized roadside attraction for the two weeks that it is up.”
Zeke Williams lives and works in Dallas, TX. He enjoys opera, NBA basketball, drag performance, and
sandwiches served on French bread.
Liminal Space is a series of four independent exhibitions by TCU MFA students, graduating spring 2021: Clint Jerritt Bargers, April 11—22 Ashley Stecenko. April 25—May 6 Chris Wicker, May 9—20 Zeke Williams, May 23—June 3