Aim · Less Juried Exhibition

Aim · Less Juried Exhibition

WSU Department of Fine Arts presents a juried exhibition exploring ideas around the theme of aimlessness, or to “aim less,” and its relationship to space, process, and representation. Aimlessness inherently speaks to the objectless, and action without purpose. These artists interpret the qualities of what is to be aimless while considering the subversive nature of aiming less in our contemporary culture. We offer a moment to explore a parallel path while investigating expectation, spontaneity, liminality, desolation, and liberation. Featuring works across various media, including photography, painting, video, and sculpture.

Featuring work by: Carolyn Benedict Fraser, Travis Townsend, Juan Madrid, Jennifer Bacon, Tayler Parkin, Barbara Martin, Coco Spadoni, Areca Roe, Diego Morales-Portillo, and Jessy Earle.

Juried by Q & June T Sanders

March 4th – March 30th
Reception and Performances by Jessy Earle &
Tayler Parkin: Thursday March 21st at 4:30pm

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