This exhibition touches on developments in my work over a span of 25 years. It is not a retrospective in the usual sense of the word because most of the work was completed in the last three years, and I continue to produce art, sometimes reconfiguring earlier compositions. Time takes on a meaning that differs from standard intervals. Tenses constantly shift.
Jennifer Williams’ large-scale site-responsive photographic installations are visual interpretations of urban morphology evident from a pedestrian viewpoint within specific neighborhoods. Through layered compositions she addresses the non-linearity of physical change in modern cities.
In conjunction with the 40th annual New York African Studies Association (NYASA) Conference, to be held at Union College April 3rd, 2015, the Wikoff Student Gallery presents an exhibition of photography by Union students and alumni who have participated in term abroad programs and Minerva Fellowships in Eqypt, Ethiopia, Senegal, South Africa, and Uganda.
Please join us for an Opening Reception to celebrate the Mandeville Gallery's new exhibition, Tenses by Walter Hatke. Wine and light refreshments will be served. Visitors may also view the exhibition, located upstairs in the Mandeville Gallery, during the event. This event is free and open to the public.
Please join the Mandeville Gallery and Schaffer Library for an informal Artist Talk and Reception with Jennifer Williams, the second artist presented through the Art Installation Series. The talk will begin in the Learning Commons area on the first floor of the Schaffer Library. Light refreshments will be served. This event is free and open to the public. The artwork will remain on display through March 2016. For more information about the Art Installation Series, please visit the Art Installation Series page.