Time, Erosion and the Flow of Water.
Patty Stone Paintings 1995-2020
February 16—March 27, 2021
Time, Erosion and the Flow of Water presents 25 years of Patty Stone’s creative work and celebrates her tenure teaching at Wheaton. The exhibition will be displayed on campus as well as virtually and includes series and projects spanning the mid-1990s through 2020. Stone’s prints and paintings explore the tension between nature and the built environment through mapping, collage, and the fluidity and texture of her chosen mediums. In the Weil Gallery, alongside Stone’s work, we will be displaying a selection of artwork from the Friends of Art Alumni Collection held in the college’s Permanent Collection.
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March 18—May 22, 2021video player
Submissions Due: Feb 12
Artists notified: Week of March 7
Exhibition Dates: March 18-May 22
About the Exhibition
2021 Wheaton Biennial_final_final_FINAL is an open call exhibition focused on New Media. It will be presented virtually March 18-May 22, 2021 by the Beard and Weil Galleries at Wheaton College in Norton, Massachusetts.
We invite artists whose work challenges, explores, and celebrates New Media. New Media encompasses art created with new technologies, including animation, games, 3D printing, video, sound, and interactive work as well as traditional mediums enhanced with technology such as drawing, performance, and writing. As with past Biennials, our definition is boundary pushing and inclusive. We are seeking a diverse range of experimental work, collectively evoking an open-ended conversation. Artist submissions will also be considered for future exhibitions and visiting artist programs at Wheaton College.
About the Curator
Legacy Russell is a curator and writer. Born and raised in New York City, she is the Associate Curator of Exhibitions at The Studio Museum in Harlem. Russell holds an MRes with Distinction in Art History from Goldsmiths, University of London with a focus in Visual Culture. Her academic, curatorial, and creative work focuses on gender, performance, digital selfdom, internet idolatry, and new media ritual. Russell’s written work, interviews, and essays have been published internationally. She is the recipient of the Thoma Foundation 2019 Arts Writing Award in Digital Art and a 2020 Rauschenberg Residency Fellow, and a 2021 Creative Capital Award grantee. Her first book Glitch Feminism: A Manifesto (2020) is published by Verso Books.
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