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JOE LEWIS: WELCOME TO JENA: PRINTS FROM THE FRONT

Joe Lewis


Exhibit is on display September 22nd until October 9th
The Francis Colburn Gallery
on the third floor of Williams Hall.
The Gallery is open Monday through Friday 9 AM to 4:30 PM.
VISITING ARTIST TALK:
WEDNESDAY SEPT 30, 6:00PM
301 Williams Hall, RECEPTION TO FOLLOW

“The theory of practitioner as change agent – establishing voice and place for diversity – is the cornerstone for my decision making process. Significantly, my images are almost inconsequential because they are not resting places but pathways to sites for internal and personal meditations.

Everything we do leaves some sort of residue. Sometimes it is merely a set of vibrations that rattle around in ever expanding waves out into the universe. At other times it what I call “the one step for man” syndrome, an indelible mark that systematically changes a people, place or thing.

“Welcome to Jena:  Prints from the Front” is a collection of markings that reconstruct narratives about how we build relationships between ourselves, regardless of their implications. In this case, the main antagonists are: choice, race, and representation, or other social-phobia or remembrances that haunt our daily lives.”– Joe Lewis


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