Opening Reception: Saturday, October 6, 6-9 PM
Thomas Hunter Project Space is proud to present Shift/Fix(ed), a series of multimedia collaborative works by MFA students from UMass Dartmouth College of Visual and Performing Arts from October 6 to October 31.
What do the words Shift/Fix(ed) imply to contemporary art practice? We are told our political, environmental, and social worlds are shifting, in flux—perhaps on the precipice of change & revolution. The Postmodernist tradition, where the disruption of norms and critical stance in society was a given - is now under severe attack. Questions about the mutability of truth (fixed or un-fixed) permeate the culture. Are we talking to or at one another? Paired artists form a discourse in the production of wall based works in diptych format that considers the rough dynamics of the world they live, how their practice navigates (shifts) and/or participates in the public space. Curated by UMassD professors Jim Lawton and Janine Wong.
Exhibiting Artists pairs:
Chris Smith, Emma Young
Jasmine Gonzalez, Heather Stivison
Jesse Mason, Jeremy Duval
Lauren Shepherd, Taylor Maroney
Jennifer Halli, Kate Couturier
Valleri Rami, Paulina Fuenzalida
Madison Moreno, Stephanie Sileo
Libby Bell, Beverly Arsem
Xiaodong Xu, Tri Minh Mai
Visitors will need to get a "guest pass" from the main entrance at Hunter College on the corner of 68th St. and Lexington Ave. You may then use any entrance to reach the Thomas Hunter Project Space, located in the basement of the Thomas Hunter Building (930 Lexington Ave.)
Please call or email with any questions, especially if you have trouble entering the event: Priscilla 347-743-1882 email@example.com
The College of Visual and Performing Arts (CVPA) at UMass Dartmouth has over 500 students and is the flagship visual and performing arts college in the UMass system. Offering an art school experience within a four-year, national tier 1 research university setting, CVPA offers 16 concentrations in Art and Design, Art History, Art Education, and Music. CVPA courses are taught on two campuses: Paul Rudolph’s distinctive architecture of the main campus in Dartmouth, and the Star Store Campus in downtown New Bedford. Centrally located between Boston, Providence, Cape Cod, and Newport, UMass Dartmouth’s enrollment comprises 8,650 undergraduate and graduate students across more than 100 bachelor and master’s degree programs.