This exhibition was curated from the 7th National Acquisitions Exhibition for Artists with Disabilities at the Viewpoint Gallery, Sunnyview Rehabilitation Hospital.
Artist Kip Fulbeck traveled the country photographing over 1,000 Hapas from all walks of life, from babies to adults, construction workers to rock stars, gangbangers to pro surfers, schoolteachers to porn stars, engineers to comic book artists.
To describe the photographic work of the five artists in SNAP! Contemporary Photography, words such as unconventional and idiosyncratic are necessary. Each of the exhibiting artists is involved in a complex artistic investigation of both the capabilities and limits of the medium,
Outside Information is a site-specific, multi-channel sound installation that makes use of the acoustics inside the Nott Memorial using both the space’s built-in speaker system and an array of Stephan Moore’s hand-built Hemisphere speakers.
The labyrinth is a mystical design of unknown origin, rich in universal symbolism. Today, all over the world, people work with this ancient symbol in a variety of ways, yet no one has unlocked its mystery.
2008 marks the inaugural year of the Union College Senior Invitational, a group show of work by the most accomplished and talented graduating artists of Union College. The show is not only open to art majors, but to all seniors who have studied art at Union.
It’s odd, isn’t it, how war fits so easily into our lives? There is no strain for most of us. Nothing but a fleeting acknowledgment-a distant cousin, three minutes of nightly news, maybe a protest, maybe a vigil. And yet, our daily routine, our way of life, thrives on war.