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2007 Exhibits

2007 Juried Student Art Exhibit

November 15 – December 7, 2007

An annual juried exhibition of DePauw University student art.

 

David Hevel: Babes in the Woods

October 3 – November 4, 2007

David Hevel's over-the-top constructions employ taxidermy forms, props, and craft supplies to create ribald sculptures and installations that borrow their titles from celebrity tabloids.

 

[dNASAb] ://techno_etic

August 23 – September 23, 2007

By intergrating art installation, sound and technology, [dNASAb] works across a broad range of media - including photography, drawing, painting, audio, video, and assemblage sculpture - to create works that visualize the possible aesthetics of wireless data and the fetishization of technology.

 

Jen Liu: An Innocent Revolution

August 29 – December 7, 2007

Jen Liu examines culture and politics through a patchwork of pop models - including rock music, narrative tropes and digital graphics - creating utopian worlds where aspects of the real are intensified through allegory and mass media aesthetics.

 

Beyond Green: Toward a Sustainable Art

September 14 – December 2, 2007

An exhibition that explores how sustainable design philosophy informs the work of an emerging generation of international artists who combine a fresh aesthetic sensibility with a constructively critical approach to the production, dissemination and display of art.

Beyond Green: Toward a Sustainable Art is co-organized by the David and Alfred Smart Museum of Art, University of Chicago, and by iCI(Independent Curators International), New York, and circulated by iCI. The exhibition is curated by Stephanie Smith. The exhibition and accompanying catalogue are made possible in part by the Smart Family Foundation; the Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation; the Richard H. Driehaus Foundation; and iCI Exhibition Partners Kenneth S. Kuchin and F. Bruce Anderson, and Gerrit and Sydie Lansing. Additional support is provided by the Arts Planning Council, the Environmental Studies Program, and the Green Campus Initiative, University of Chicago. Its presentation at DePauw has been generously funded by the Richard D. and Barbara Dixon Harrison Exhibition Fund.

 

2007 Senior Art Show

April 26 – May 20, 2007

An annual exhibition featuring the artwork of graduating senior students.

 

Alyson Shotz: Topologies

March 14 – April 15, 2007

Influenced by scientific studies of perception and light refraction, Brooklyn-based artist Alyson Shotz creates works that explore abstract and tangible ideas of space.

 

2007 DePauw Biennial: Contemporary Art in the Midwest

February 14 – May 10, 2007

An exhibition featuring work by contemporary artists based in Illinios, Indiana, Kentucky, and Ohio.

 

Kevin McCarty: I'm Not Like You

January 29 – May 10, 2007

An exhibition featuring photographs by Los Angeles-based artist Kevin McCarty that explore and document the city’s Latino punk music scene.

 

Yuki Nakamura: The Logic of Place

January 31 – March 4, 2007

Seattle-based artist Yuki Nakamura creates sculptural installations that address notions of place, cultural identity and the relationship between subject, object and space.