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Chicago

St. Xavier University Gallery

Exhibition Detail
"to perceive the invisible in you"
Curated by: Alison Fraunhar
3700 West 103rd Street,
Chicago, IL 60655


March 14th, 2012 - April 4th, 2012
Opening: 
March 14th, 2012 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
 
Beautiful beautiful beautiful beautiful, Sabina OttSabina Ott,
Beautiful beautiful beautiful beautiful,
2011, polystyrene, ink jet print on paper mounted on sintra, spray enamel, flashe, mirror and spider plant, 49"H x 48" W x 14" D
© Sabina Ott
> QUICK FACTS
WEBSITE:  
http://sxu.edu/academics/colleges_school...
NEIGHBORHOOD:  
Other (outside main areas)
EMAIL:  
saunders@sxu.edu
PHONE:  
773-298-3081
OPEN HOURS:  
10AM - 5PM T-Sat.
SCHOOL ASSOCIATION:  
Columbia College Chicago, St. Xavier University
TAGS:  
traditional, sculpture, modern, abstract, pop, conceptual, performance, video-art, installation, Oak Park photography digital, columbia College Chicago mixed-media
COST:  
Free
> DESCRIPTION

The SXU Gallery presents an exhibition of new work by the artist, educator and curator Sabina Ott. To perceive the invisible in you is a  transmedia installation of artworks that blur the boundary between functional, decorative and fine arts.  These hybrid artworks are neither wholly functional nor purely aesthetic; they're both and neither. They produce a state of suspension, creating an opening for a different kind of experience , one embodying both Object and subject. The thing and the reflection of the thing become one and the same..  The show consists of ten works, all completed in 2011- 2012, including sculptures, paintings, video and installation.  

Please join us for a conversation with the artist and Alison Fraunhar PHD, Associate Professor in the XLU Art& Design Department,  on Tuesday March 20 @ 2:30 PM. 


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