In-Gallery Exhibitions
             Collage: Process Made Visible
An online group exhibition

We saw the beginning of collage in the 20th century when it became a distinctive part of modern art. The glued on patches that Braque and Picasso added to their paintings offered a new perspective in image making. Collage is a methodical reexamination of the relationship between painting and sculpture; the intersection between an object and an image. Cut paper introduces fragments of externally referenced meaning into the content: to current events, popular culture, and formal materialism. This juxtaposition of signifiers, can be serious, tongue-in-cheek, pictorial, and even ornamental. Fundamental to the inspiration behind collage is the impetus to describe concept and process over end product. Collage brings the discursive into meaningful conversation with what is familiar.
             Lisa Kairos's Inventory Pick
The Artist Conversation: April 27, 2pm-3pm