September 20–December 11, 2016
Arcadia University Art Gallery
The Arcadia University Art Gallery is pleased to present "Revolutions of Making: Faculty Exhibition 2016. The theme of this year’s biennial faculty exhibition is the relationship between art making and emerging technology, a subject prompted by the Department of Art and Design’s new digital fabrication program.
Carole Loeffler, Rooted (2016), wood, faux fur, foam, pins, ribbons, felt, polyfill, glitter, and recorded sound. 39" x 39" x 27".
To this end, the show will explore instructors’ responses to laser cutters, 3-D printers, and other pioneering technologies currently being adopted by artists worldwide. The exhibition is envisioned as a means to promote an inclusive and open-ended discussion about these developments and their impact on making, teaching, and learning.
Works by: Betsey Batchelor, Matthew Borgen, Michael DeLuca, Maria DiMauro, Adam Hess, Christine Kemp, Alisa Kleckner, June Lee, Carole Loeffler, Robert Mauro, Jennifer Manzella, Karen Misher, Gregg Moore, Jamar Nicholas, Alan Powell, Krista Profitt, Scott Rawlins, Abbey Ryan, Justin Staller, Tamsen Wojtanowski, and Maryann Worrell.
October 17, 2016
Michael DeLuca, Carole Loeffler, Scott Rawlins and Maryann Worrell
October 24, 2016
Matthew Borgen, Alisa Sickora Kleckner, Karen Misher, Jamar Nicholas, and Abbey Ryan