Opening Reception: McColl Artist-in-Residence Liz Miller

October 31, 2018 - 5:00 PM
Rowe Galleries

McColl Center for Art + Innovation Resident Artist Liz Miller creates elaborate chain patterns cut from industrial rolls of materials such as felt, vinyl, and leather. Their lacy silhouettes created from the profiles of firearms, killer bees, and poisonous plants, these patterns are both elegant and deadly.  Splicing these silhouettes together into suspended, cantilevered chains, Miller creates sculptural interludes that are equal parts absurd, menacing, and poetic.

Working directly with Miller, students in the Mixed-Media/Print Media class have researched, developed, collaborated, and executed an original, site-specific installation, OBSOLESCENCE, to be exhibited in the Rowe Galleries, October 27-November 10.