Alexander Brest Gallery

Katie Hargrave, HISTORY REPEATS ITSELF and Division of Visual Arts Confluence Theme: War and Peace artist workshop

What does it mean to take something apart, to put it back together, and to share what you learned in the process? I am interested in systems as broad as politics, history, our built environment, and our learning systems. The act of exploring, deconstructing, and decoding these systems is political, if subtly. We all have power; we all own this world.

Alan Skees, American Glitch: Neo-Regionalism

Alan Skees ventures out into the landscape. His road trips seek the America depicted by the Regionalists of the early 1900s, and he only finds the fingerprints of technology, corporations, industrialization and sprawling urbanization. He scans these landscapes and digitizes them into rough, glitchy, pixel data and produces a new type of regionalism that rejects the nostalgic past and embraces a new future.

Opening reception October 5 from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Exhibit available through October 25.

Alexander Brest Museum & Gallery

2800 University Blvd N
Jacksonville, FL 32211
United States

  • Date  Thursday, 05 October, 2017
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