Exhibition: June 6-August 25
Drawing on utilitarian motifs such as the extension cord, the work references childhood memories of Midwest, working-class life in rural Illinois. Using the tools like trompe l’oeil, the mixed media paintings re-contextualize lowbrow objects like his mom’s bric-a-brac into highbrow paintings that break the rules of flat space. Consequently, the pieces challenge the viewer to reconsider the stereotype of a banal existence in a “flyover state” as one rich in meaning and value.
Hansen Hall 121, Art Gallery
Monday, June 6 – Thursday, August 25
Hansen Hall – John E. Anglin Performing Arts Center
Tuesday, August 2
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
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