Cress Gallery of Art announces three exhibitions that explore new trends in 21st century sculpture to reference today’s sciences and the recent technologies of digital systems, physics, and computational mathematics and engineering, as they interrelate with society’s philosophical discourse and the visual arts.
“Transcendence” the auto-catalytic sculpture of Mark Andreas (Stamford, CT); “Infosphere Aesthetics” the new media sculpture of [dNASAb] (Brooklyn, NY; and “Field” the sculptural systems of Ryan Wolfe (Seattle, WA) are all part of the John and Diane Marek Visiting Artist Venue. The artists will be on campus February 4-8, and the exhibitions will run February 6-March 17.
Lectures and an opening reception are scheduled for February 5, 5:30 p.m. in room 356, Fine Arts Center, Vine and Palmetto Streets. On Feb. 6 from 11 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. the artists will participate in a professionalism panel “The Artist’s Life in the Age of the Art Fair,” room 356 Fine Arts Center. These events are open to all UTC art majors, alumni, and all interested community members.
In Gallery II, UTC Department of Art Feinstein Scholarship Recipients presents: drawings by Roxane Garrett (BFA Painting and Drawing major) and a new media installation by Kimberly Flynn (BFA Graphic Design major).
Gallery hours Monday-Friday, 9:30 a.m. – 7p.m. The Gallery is open to the public; admission is free.
Visitors may obtain a parking pass in the lobby of the Facilities Building on Palmetto Street. Parking is free in any campus lot after 5 p.m. For more information call the curator at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 423-304-9789