Architecture & Community Design | Art & Art History | Music | Theatre & Dance | Institute for Research in Art
Absentee Authority and Ritual/Natural/Virtual 3
|Event Type:|| ||Exhibition|
|Facility:|| ||Carolyn M. Wilson Gallery|
|Presented By:|| ||School of Art & Art History|
Absentee Authority references the point where "deconstructive analyses and identity politics" converge. The work of Laura Perez Insua, JD Hardy, Lisa McCarthy, Tatiana Mesa Pajan, and
Carola Miles illuminates this paradox. Using line, color, light and metal to navigate the place where trauma can be present with an absent subject. Or where the subject returns to the scene of a vacant
Ritual/Natural/Virtual 3: Through repetitive mark-making, meditative construction, vivid, sensual imagery, and repurposed high tech equipment, Luke Myers, Molly Duff and Willow Wells continue to
examine the intersection of the ancient and the ultramodern.
The Carolyn M. Wilson Gallery is open to USF students, faculty and staff only Mon-Th from 11am-3pm.
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|Purchase Tickets:|| ||Free Event. |
|Location:|| ||CMW Gallery|
|Start Time:|| ||11:00 AM|
|End Time:|| ||3:00 PM|