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Wignall Museum of Contemporary Art

Exhibition Detail
Inlandia
Chaffey College
5885 Haven Avenue
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91737


January 28th, 2008 - March 1st, 2008
Opening: 
January 28th, 2008 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
 
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Installation View, Amy Maloof, Michelle Mayer, Thomas McGovern, and more, Roger TiltonAmy Maloof, Michelle Mayer, Thomas McGovern, and more, Roger Tilton,
Installation View
Violations of ethos may entail the following, Roger TiltonRoger Tilton,
Violations of ethos may entail the following,
2008, stage, self-locking door, stairs, digital photo mural, spotlight, viewer
, Roger TiltonRoger Tilton,
2008, stage, self-locking door, stairs, digital photo mural, spotlight, viewer
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Chaffey College and the Wignall Museum are pleased to present Inlandia. Like the 2007-2008 College Book of the same name, Inlandia assembles a group of artists who explores disparate ideas that make the Inland Empire a place with a cultural landscape all its own. The artists in Inlandia are based in TX, MN, OR, NY and CA, but regardless of their proximity to the Inland area, their works are informed directly by this regions political or social landscape or investigate ideas relevant to the IE community. In Inlandia explores the Inland Empire’s status as the fastest growing region in Southern California, the resulting suburban sprawl and ecological impact on the area, the beauty and inspiration of the landscape in the sprawling IE territory, and the characters that make this region unique and diverse. Artists utilize various media to comment on, record and realize the Inland Empire.

Special thanks to OBOC for their co-sponsorship and support.


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