Works In Perception x3
Mar 29—Apr 12 2013
"Works In Perception x3" presents recent work from three artists in the MFA in Book Arts/Printmaking program. The work shown highlights the ways perception can be altered through changes in time, memory and identity.
This exhibition documents the development of a body of work from Kyra Devine MFA '14, Erin Malkowski MFA '14 and Kara Petraglia MFA '14 during the first year of the Book Arts and Printmaking graduate program.
Kyra Devine is from Texas and has a background in printmaking and graphic design. Devine's work revolves around human nature and the subconscious mind. Through woodcut printing, sculptural elements and film projection, she considers how these two subjects interact with altered perceptions of reality.
Erin Malkowski, a native of North Dakota, creates mythologies exploring the vastness and intimacy of space through printmaking and book arts.
Kara Petraglia claims Florida and New York as her points of origin. Petraglia uses salt as the main medium for her work in printmaking, book arts and sculpture to discuss the ephemerality of and connections between memory and identity.
Opening Reception: Friday, March 29, 5 – 7 p.m.Anderson Hall
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