Sunday, November 22, 2015 through
Sunday, January 10, 2016


Ruth S. Harley University Center Gallery

Reception Information:

December 2, 2015
5:00–7:00 p.m.

Art Faculty Spotlight 2015

Faculty Spotlight: Showcasing recent work by  Allen, Hornung,  Saucedo

An exhibit of photography, photograms and mixed media works by three Department of Art and Art History faculty members.

Hannah Smith Allen considers the temporality of our constructed landscape by photographing media coverage of building demolitions. Her images offer ghostly visions of a collapsing world and point to our collective fascination with violence.
David Hornung will be showing photograms made from cut paper. His imagery presents, with art and artifice, pictographic depictions of flora, fauna, simple structures, ornament, night skies, tools, dreams and dangers.

Saucedo: The piecemeal image, laboriously embroidered onto this Red Cross blanket, is a painterly compilation of the five symbols used world-wide by the Red Cross, Red Crescent, Red Crystal and other equivalent aid-agencies in Iran and Israel. This artwork is intended to be an amalgamation of said symbols into a pool of blood. ‘Universal Donor’ is simply intended to point out that we all bleed the same, yet we foolishly continue to injure one another as if we were in any way different. 

» View the Photo Gallery

                                Hannah Allen
                        David Hornung
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             Christopher Saucedo