The “2010 Kansas City Flatfile” featured two-dimensional artwork by Kansas City-based artists in media including drawing, photography, prints and mixed-media works on paper as well as time-based artwork in the “Videofile."
The “Kansas City Flatfile” provides visitors with a unique and intimate art viewing experience, while introducing audiences to new work by emerging and established Kansas City artists.
The works of paper on the gallery walls only hint at a deeper, denser exhibition, one archived just below the surface. As an exhibit and ontological challenge, this grouping of 180 artists adds up to a daunting challenge for anybody's notebook.
The liberal appeal of the flat file exhibition concept is its intimacy.