98% Air: Symbolic Limits of the Natural and Artificial

Title

98% Air: Symbolic Limits of the Natural and Artificial

Date

Tuesday, May 9th
, 4:30pm - 6:00pm

Description

Join us for a screening of video and 3D animation works in conjunction with the exhibition Post/Natural in Flaxman Library Special Collections. 98% Air (taken from the material composition of Styrofoam) prods at the symbolic limits of the natural and artificial, utopian and dystopian. A common thread throughout the works screened is a sense of buoyancy: what might we see (by) floating on the horizon?

Works by Jooyoung Lee (MFA 2018), Lindsey French (Faculy, Art & Tech), localStyle (Jay Alan Yim + Marlena Novak (Faculty, FVNMA)), Meg Erwin (BFA 2017), Nick Flaherty (BFA 2017), Selden Paterson (BFA 2013), Snow Yunxue Fu (Faculty FVNMA), Ricardo Cobian (BFA 2019), and a site specific installation by Tiana Birrell (MFA 2017).

Relation

In conjunction with Post/Natural

Files

P-N_May9_Print.pdf
98% Air_Screening Program.png
bin garden.png
Dining Tsars.png
el otro lado.png
enframing.png
gLass.png
IOP.png
LA-18.png
slow sublime.png
selden meditation.png

Collection

Citation

“98% Air: Symbolic Limits of the Natural and Artificial,” SAIC Flaxman Library & Special Collection Exhibitions, accessed October 17, 2017, http://flaxman.omeka.net/items/show/97.

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