lectures

Carson Fox

thurs., sep. 17, 5:30

Redux Contemporary Art Center »

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American artist Carson Fox was born in Oxford, Mississippi, the small Southern hometown of William Faulkner. Her work is produced from a heritage of American Southern gothic tradition that relies heavily on the imprint that individual experience has on the artist.
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Mark Long and Pedro Lobo

wed., oct. 20, 7

Simons Center for the Arts, Room 309 »

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Joint lecture with Mark Long, Political Geographer
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Bryant Holsenbeck

sat., oct. 23, 11am

The Addlestone Library Rotunda »

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Bryant Holsenbeck creates elaborate, three-dimensional, temporary mandalas from collected recyclable materials.
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Chris Jordan

fri., oct 22, 4

Recital Hall, Simons Center for the Arts »

sat., oct 23, 4
Burke High School »

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Chris Jordan is a photographer who creates digital images of jarring statistics related to American consumption. On his website, Jordan states, "Running the Numbers looks at contemporary American culture through the austere lens of statistics.
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Pedro Lobo

sat., oct. 23, 2

The City Gallery at Waterfront Park »

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Pedro Lobo is a Brazilian born photographer that began documenting the long-lived favelas, or shanytowns, around Rio de Janiero. His landscapes hint at organized chaos as homes scale the hills behind tourist, official Rio.
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The Work of Greg Stewart

thurs., nov. 18, 5:30

Redux Contemporary Art Center »

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Stewart states: "My work imagines a reality constructed out of a necessity to move from place to place. It also looks at how we might build to accommodate a portable lifestyle.
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Butch Anthony

sat., nov. 20, 6

Eye Level Art »

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Butch Anthony collects societal cast-offs and trash and uses them as materials for his art.
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J. Henry Fair

fri., dec. 17, 2:30 (free w/ admission*)

Gibbes Museum of Art »

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*$9 adults, $7 seniors/students/military, $5 youth (ages 6 – 12), free for Gibbes members and children under 6

Presented by the Gibbes Museum of Art, the arrestingly beautiful, large-scale aerial photographs by Charleston native, J. Henry Fair are, in actuality, the documentation of environmental degradation caused by industrial processes.
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