“Trace Extractions: Interior Awareness of Pandemic Spaces” Group Exhibition Comes to Leonor R. Fuller Gallery

Published: 
Tuesday, September 13, 2022

The Leonor R. Fuller Gallery is pleased to host Stefani Byrd, Stephanie Serpick, and Victoria Smits in the group exhibition “Trace Extractions: Interior Awareness of Pandemic Spaces” from Oct. 3 to Oct. 28, 2022. The opening reception and artist talk will be held on Friday, Oct. 7, from 6 to 7:30 p.m.

“Trace Extractions: Interior Awareness of Pandemic Spaces” examines domestic interior spaces occupied throughout the pandemic. Each artist presents a unique approach to reconciling shared pandemic experiences through modern technology and traditional materials. Aspects of confinement, repetitive domestic labor, isolation, and renewed hope are transmuted via lidar scanning technology and digital photographic print, records of GPS tracking etched into acrylic, and intimate reflections in oil on panel.

More information is available on the college’s Leonor R. Fuller Gallery page.

A collage of different pieces featured in the exhibition.
From left to right: Stephanie Serpick, “Void of Modern Life #3”; Victoria Smits, “Putting Laundry Away”; Stefani Byrd, “Lidar.v001: Tilt”