Show simple item record Irvin, Sarah
dc.contributor.other Dolan, Sarah Zuckerman
dc.contributor.other Irvin, Sarah
dc.contributor.other Ashworth, Ben
dc.contributor.other Sargeant, Patrick 2016-08-30T19:50:15Z 2016-08-30T19:50:15Z April 2016
dc.description Exhibition Catalog from the Verbal/Visual 2016 exhibit at the Fenwick Gallery, George Mason University
dc.description.abstract Creative practice is driven by input or research, even though it is defined by the resulting output or product. A collapse of these categories facilitates new methods of creating and provides alternative routes for the acquisition of knowledge. Verbal/Visual 2016 presents all aspects of the creative process as one. Research and artwork by four MFA students graduating from Mason’s School of Art in Spring 2016 are on view as correspondent parts of a whole. Artists in the exhibit explore the boundaries of a variety of disciplines, searching for places these boundaries can be pushed and repositioned. They combine traditional methods of research with lived experiences as both research and art practice. These collected experiences and information serve simultaneously as their creative practice and to inspire other manifestations of their work. The result is a curated collection of the knowledge of others, the artists’ embodied knowledge and the visual resources they produce that can be read and experienced as texts in their own right.
dc.language.iso en_US
dc.publisher Fenwick Gallery, George Mason University Libraries
dc.subject Visual art en_US
dc.subject Handmade paper en_US
dc.subject Social practice en_US
dc.subject Skateboarding en_US
dc.subject John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts (U.S.) en_US
dc.subject Veterans en_US
dc.subject Motherhood en_US
dc.subject Parenthood en_US
dc.subject Children en_US
dc.subject Sculpture en_US
dc.subject Installation art en_US
dc.subject Flax en_US
dc.subject Copper en_US
dc.subject Cyanotype en_US
dc.title Verbal/Visual 2016
dc.type Other

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