Danielle Julian-Norton (CCAD ’99) and Soo Sunny Park (CCAD ’98) have large-scale installation work included in the exhibition, Fabrications, which was recently reviewed in the Boston Globe.
The textile-themed work, located in a former wool mill in Newport, NH, is up through September 25, and received a warm review by the Globe.
Translating Change, the installation by Julian-Norton is two large rotating spools of thread pulling a strand through screen boxes, open space, and hooking around pulleys with various motions. The artist is assistant professor of Fine Arts and graduate studies at CCAD.
A billowing, suspended installation by Park is titled S.S. VT. Vapor. It consists of chain link fence, plastic cups, cotton string and river rocks.
To read the newspaper review go to http://www.boston.com.
For more information about the exhibition, including images, go to http://fabrications-exhibition.org.
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