Wednesday, December 06, 2017
December 11th - 13th Opening: December 11th, 6pmStudents in Bennett College's Department of Journalism and Media Studies bring photos to life via an interactive photography installation. Artist include: Brandi Govan Janiyah Shelton Naaliah Askia-Green Das’Ja Sanford Alexus Warren Sophia Seabrooks Shatori Rose Photographs by Naaliah Askia-Green and Janiyah Shelton
Tuesday, December 05, 2017
January 8th - 12th Opening: January 12th, 6pmAnna Wallace presents The Futility of Womanhood in Three Acts. Arching between absurd humor and painful honesty, Wallace manipulates her own body to perform actions with oversized plush versions of a Diary, Brick, and Cootie Catcher. These painstakingly detailed soft-sculptures created by Wallace are grossly enlarged, allowing her feelings take on a physical presence, threatening not only her sanity but also her body. Lowell Fuchs performs for decorative purposes only: I spent much of my childhood in antique stores. My parents are avid antiquing hobbyists with antique booths that they’ve catered to on the weekends for almost two decades. ...
Monday, December 04, 2017
by Alex MckenzieJanuary 5th, 11am - 9pmJanuary 6th, 11am - 4pmJanuary 7th, 11am - 4pmA presentation of recent experiments in sound transmission and reception.-Alex McKenzie’s work spans a diverse range of media and includes the production of screensavers, clocks, radios, and sound systems along with other commonplace and domestic items. His recent research focuses on feedback loops and digital media’s role in the formation of ideology. Alex received a BFA from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro (2012) and is currently pursuing his MFA at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville.www.alex-mckenzie.com
Monday, December 04, 2017
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Wednesday, November 29, 2017
Bio:Mark Orgeron graduated from Nicholls State University and received a Bachelor of Fine Arts with an emphasis in painting and drawing. He is currently working on his MFA at the University of North Carolina Greensboro. Statement:This work is an installation drawing of the nude female figure‒my wife Andrea, and expressive mark-making, both are drawn directly onto the walls. The vocabulary of mark-making ranges from subtle rendering of form and figure to long sweeping strokes, which seeks to show the physicality and expression of drawing by recording my movements across the wall and her figure.The process begins with two rendered figures physically separated on the wall. Several ...