Data Visualization and the Materiality of Wood explored at Montserrat Galleries

October 2, 2015

Carol Schlosberg Alumni Gallery

Yu-Wen Wu: Proximities
September 23 – October 17, 2015

Artist Reception
Monday, October 5, 5-7:30pm

Wu explores the visualization of journey, process, and topography. Through drawing, video, and installation, her work bridges art and science, imagination and documentation. Whether actual or virtual in traversing routes, mapping is the way Wu locates herself in the world, physically, culturally, and psychologically. For this exhibition, Wu focuses on walking as both an act and metaphor for the traversing the “paths” of life.

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 Yu-Wen Wu, Random Walk No.1,
Detail, assorted works on paper, 2015

Montserrat Gallery

WOOD
Damien Hoar de Galvan
Harry Roseman
Damion Silver
Sally Tittmann
Michael Zelehoski

October 5 – December 5, 2015

Artist Reception
Monday, October 5, 5-7:30pm

Artist Talk with Michael Zelehoski
Wednesday, November 18th, 11:30 am – 12:20 pm, Room H201

Montserrat College of Art is pleased to announce WOOD a group exhibition featuring Damien Hoar de Galvan (MA), Harry Roseman (NY), Damion Silver (MA), Sally Tittmann (CT), and Michael Zelehoski (NY). Curated by gallery director Leonie Bradbury, the exhibition hosts contemporary art works that actively engage with the history and discourse of both sculpture and painting. Each artist questions the boundaries of these media as their work exists somewhere in between the two.

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 Michael Zelehoski, Knot, repurposed wood and plywood, 2014