Amy Herman: it wasn’t important until it was
Ross Gallery: August 15- October 9, 2016
VIP/ Media Preview: Thursday, Aug 18, 6-7pm
Opening Reception: Thursday, Sept. 8, 5:30-7:30p.m.
Artist Lecture: Thursday. Sept. 15 2-3:15p.m. (in Ross Gallery)
Amy Herman constructs photographs as a parallel to the construction of her own house. Projections of nostalgic family snapshots are ingrained onto her body and her home’s unfinished walls, representing the faux interaction facilitated by technology and confounding our sense of time: Disparate moments appear, simultaneously and chaotically, in the same frame.
Pease Gallery: September 9–November 3, 2016
Reception: Thursday, September 29, 5:00–7:00 PM
Pervasive Pollution is a collaborative exhibition of the Metalsmithing and Jewelry Design Departments at Central Piedmont Community College, North Carolina; Indiana University Bloomington, Indiana; and Winthrop University, South Carolina; focused on the exploration of pollution and contamination on a small, personal scale. Artists from each school interpreted the topic of pollution as it applied directly to their person or personal surroundings with the collaborative goal to cultivate an appreciation for personal intimacy, as well as the personal sphere and how it can be encroached upon.