Fine Arts Alumnae Fabricate Large-Scale Installations

August 21st, 2010 by CCAD News
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Translating Change by Danielle Julian-Norton

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.

Image of S.S. VT. Vapor by Soo Sunny Park from

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.

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For more information about the exhibition, including images, go to

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