MIRRORPEOPLE

MIRROR< >PEOPLE is an exhibition that explores the speculative idea of the end of fidelity both as a metaphor and as a concept that mirrors social rituals about sharing uncertainty and finding our place in the world.
 
The new and previously unseen works exhibited by the School of Art’s esteemed faculty include video, installation, painting, fiber, works on paper and photography by Peter Bugg, Binh Danh, Angela Ellsworth, Rogelio Gutierrez, Erika Hanson, Mary Hood, Jill Mason, Aaron Rothman, Gregory Sale and Forrest Solis.
 
MIRROR< >PEOPLE is one of three School of Art Biennial Faculty Exhibitions and, in addition to this show, two more exhibitions will be on view: the main exhibition located in ASU Art Museum, Tempe and BACK IN THE DAY… taking place in the Harry Wood Gallery, School of Art building, ASU Tempe Campus.

Opening Reception: Friday, Nov. 8, 6–8 p.m.

 

Location: 
Night Gallery,
Price: 
Free