Top Image: Ken Hassell / Bottom Image: Ann Pegelow Kaplan
Monday, September 8 - Thursday, September 25, 2014
Ken Hassell & Ann Pegelow Kaplan
Gallery 406, Arts West
Reception & Artist Talk: Monday, September 8, 2014
While the gaze has long been explored as a mechanism of domination, recent scholarship also considers the act of looking as a disruption of power. The artworks of Hassell and Pegelow Kaplan each explore modern day inequalities and how our attention and perspective as human beings influence our experience. Both artists work in photography and video - Hassell considering environmental and social issues in Appalachia, such as mountain top removal, pollution of drinking water, and black lung; Kaplan following her own autobiographical traces to explore instances of contemporary oppression, including racial segregation, nuclear power, and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Continuing an ongoing conversation about power, representation, attention and stillness, and the act of looking.
Top Image: Thomas Berding, Hacked, oil on canvas, 76" x 70" / Bottom Image: Alisa Henriquez, Disposed, Oil on Canvas, 62” x 86”, 2012
Monday, September 29 - Thursday, October 30, 2014
sometimes / always / never
An Exhibition by Alisa Henriquez & Thomas Berding
Gallery 406, Arts West
Reception: 12:30 - 1:15 p.m.
Artist Talk: 5 - 6 p.m.
This exhibition highlights the work and studio process of two artists with different working methodologies, who at the same time share a commitment to painting as a practice deeply informed by both, the landscape of material culture and the transformation that occurs in the creative process. Thus, along with showcasing new paintings, importantly the exhibition will also feature source materials and other archived elements critical to their studio practice.
Images from 2006 Student Juried Exhibition
Thursday, November 13, 2014 - Tuesday, February 10, 2015
Student Juried Exhibition
Isabella Cannon Room, Center for the Arts
Reception: 5 - 6:30 p.m.
The annual Juried Student Exhibition represents some of the strongest art selected from currently enrolled Elon University students. This exhibit is coordinated and executed completely by the students enrolled in Art 380: Professional Practices.