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Lizzie Scott

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The Return of the Hand: (Re)materializing the Everyday Object  
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Katie Bell, Maria Chavez, Michelle Forsyth, Carl E. Hazlewood, LoVid, Marisa Manso, Lael Marshall, Christian Maychack, Leeza Meksin, Liz Nielsen, Courtney Puckett, Mary Schwab, Lizzie Scott at BRIC Arts | Media House September 10th, 2015 - October 25th, 2015
Posted 7/17/16
Art and object are at a crossroads, the latter pressing upon the former in unapologetic terms. With these blurry borders, the object—once just a thing in the world, a commodity, really—is now widely considered art object par excellence, meaningful in its quotidian thingness, its ontological being now revelatory. That we’ve arrived at a juncture where the object now speaks is interesting to think through in terms of the potential epistemological offshoots. For instance, what kno... [more]
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Lizzie Scott at John Tevis Gallery November 6th, 2010 - December 18th, 2010
Posted 11/8/10
The shapes of the urban landscape are really also those of the countryside, a series of pyramids, ovals, squares that create patterns for our eye to ignore or delight in. Only, generally, the city features manmade rather than the natural vistas most of us like to believe we prefer. Few people actually delight in the way the city landscape shifts. For the bulk of us, a sidewalk is an obstacle course of sifting detours from drains, grates, bumps. Everything gets in the way of our getti... [more]
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