Gallery Overview

  • Jeanne Silverthorne What's Going On Here?
  • Nadia Hironaka and Matthew Suib Field Companion

Gallery Overview

 

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The Rowan University Art Gallery will be closed Thursday, December 23, Friday December 24, Friday December 31, 2021 and Saturday January 1, 2022.
 
The Center for Art and Social Engagement will be closed Friday, December 17, 2021 through Monday, January 17, 2022.
 

JEANNE SILVERTHORNE - What's Going On Here?

On view November 8, 2021 - January 8, 2022
Opening reception and artist talk on November 18, 5:00 - 7:00 PM
 
Through cast rubber sculptures, Silverthorne embraces her studio as a metaphor for abandonment, collapse, and entropy as it relates to the absurdity of social constructs and the misguided perceptions of stability and constancy. Today as we reflect on the work created between 2009 and 2021 it resonates with our current state of social isolation and displacement.
 
Silverthorne currently teaches at School of Visual Arts (SVA) New York. Her work is included in many major museum collections, including MoMA, New York; MFA Houston, SFMOMA, CA and the Whitney Museum in New York.
 
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Let us know you are coming to see the exhibition by registering: Eventbrite - Jeanne Silverthorne What's Going On Here?  Admission is free and pre-registrering is not required.
 

THE CENTER FOR ART & SOCIAL ENGAGEMENT 

THE WEIGHT OF PAPER: ENDLESS JUNKMAIL SCROLLS | Vernita Nemec a.k.a. N'Cognita 

On view: October 18 - December 16

The Weight of Paper: Endless Junkmail Scrolls is a response to the complexities surrounding the paper industry and the production of junk mail waste. 

Vernita Nemec a.k.a N'Cognita began the Endless Junkmail Scrolls project in 2006 as an environmental statement about the oppressive amounts of junk mail produced every year. It has now grown to over 400 ft long. 

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