Exhibiting Artist Talk: BROKEN GROUND by Lin Price (faculty, Art; '90)
Join us for a compelling look behind the scenes of our current exhibition, BROKEN GROUND, where faculty artist Lin Price will share her research and process in preparation for creating her work on display at the Handwerker Gallery.
Broken Ground: Lin Price
October 31–December 16, 2018
November 29, 6pm: Artist Talk
A paved road cuts across a muddy field, bisected by a set of garish painted yellow lines. Electrical wires timidly scratch the span of a stark cloudless sky. Dry unmowed grass whispers against the shell of a rusted truck in a front yard. Punctuated with wells, septic tanks, and fences these are the fractured rural scenes of remorse and remedy that Lin Price focuses on with her newest body of work. Price describes her studio practice as a pursuit to ‘reveal bone’, guided by the intimacy of slowly layered painting and stripped-back compositions. With one foot in both worlds, the artist carefully selects liminal picture-panes for the viewer to peer through. Her serial paintings consistently negotiate this position as mediator, resulting in fractured vignettes or portraits of shifting ground. The characters in her paintings linger through these landscapes, possessed with their own mysterious and noble inner worlds, ambivalent of the viewer’s gaze. The resulting compositions are haunted and strange, depicting the harsh truths, stubborn tenacity, and indeterminate future of life in rural Upstate New York.
Thursday, November 29, 2018 at 6:00pm
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