“HYBRID” an exhibit of sculpture, printmaking, video technology, photography, graphic design, film and new media opens Monday, December 19th in UMA’s Danforth Gallery.
“HYBRID” is an eclectic mix of works by seven artists from the MFA Intermedia Program at the University of Maine Orono utilizing installation, print, video technology, graphic design, printmaking and unconventional collected materials.
Artists SueAnn Gaitligs, Tara Law, Matt LeClair, Stanley Levitsky, Adam Paul, Virginia Valdes, and Wade Warman explore concepts such as: human conditions of emotions and anxieties, environmental issues and their relationship to technology, commerce and creativity, self-identification, notions of “self-help,” and finding humor in our shared human conditions.
The exhibit runs from December 19th to February 2, 2017. A reception will be held at noon on February 2nd with an artist talk at 1:00pm in UMA’s Danforth Gallery located in Jewett Hall.