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Wood, Revisited

October 28, 2016 - April 8, 2017

Wood, Revisited examines the role technology has played in the work of wood artists over the past two decades. This exhibition highlights the nature of wood as a medium by investigating the boundaries of technique such as new technologies, augmented tool(s), and creating work that has a digital or technological look (“tech aesthetic”) and the dialogue between designer, engineer, and artist. Wood, Revisited, is curated by Anne Carlisle, with advisor Glenn Adamson, who was a curator of the Center’s Wood Turning in North America Since 1930 which was held 15 years ago.That exhibition was a national touring exhibition organized with the Yale University Art Gallery and was the first show to comprehensively map directions in the field of lathe-turned wood. Wood, Revisited is echoing that exhibition in manifold ways. At that time, Glenn Adamson was a Yale graduate student. Anne Carlisle, like Glenn is a graduate student and is working on her a MA at the Bard Graduate Center.

PARTICIPATING ARTISTS AND STUDIOS: Ahmed ElHusseiny, AE Superlab; A. White Workshop; Jérôme Blanc; Wendell Castle; Hunt Clark; Sebastian Errazuriz; Dewey Garrett; Iftah Geva; Cha Jongrye; Yuri Kobayashi; Christopher Kurtz; Joris Laarman; Bud Latven; Tom Loeser; David Nosanchuk; Ontwerpduo; Mike Rea; Gabriel Schama; Adrien Segal; Elisa Strozyk; Klara Varosy

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Start:
October 28, 2016
End:
April 8, 2017
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Website:
www.woodrevisited.org

Organizer

The Center for Art in Wood
Phone:
(215) 923-8000
Email:
info@centerforartinwood.org
Website:
www.centerforartinwood.org

Venue

The Center for Art in Wood
Virtual, 141 N 3rd Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106 United States
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Phone:
(215) 923-8000
Website:
www.centerforartinwood.org