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Left: The Machine in the Ghost
. 2100 individually crafted and polychromed elements.Trace/Decay
an exhibit of sculptures and drawings at Bethel University from February 21- March 24, examines the role of mythology, memory, and cultural shifting.
As Bachelard suggests, the mythologies we attach to spaces and objects are more active than memories, because they are both real and unreal. These mythologies become prominent for us, shaping our understanding of our past and present, how we view our environment, what we value and why. The works in this exhibit seek to explore the relationship between these active mythologies, and the histories and meanings that are discarded as we continually revise our understanding of our world.
Gallery information can be found at http://www.bethel.edu/galleries
You may also see work in the group exhibit Text
at Prove Gallery in Duluth, MN from March 8-23. The exhibit also includes work from Ken Kollodge, Catherine L Johnson, Melissa Wagner-Lawler, Tim Kaiser, Molly Roth-Scranton, Apthin Rapp, Minso Kim, Aaron Squadroni, Adam Winnie, Jade Hoyer, Mark Addison Smith, Jan Estep, Hilary Greenstein, William Sattler, Byron Johnson, Jiae Park, Alice Walsh, Carolyn Ellis, and Sissorelle Ferox. http://www.provegallery.com