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Net•work examines interconnections of bodily and global systems


Amy Long, Conversation Piece (detail)
wool sculpture


Photo by Amy Long

March 21, 2008

Who
Amy Long, Master of Fine Arts Degree candidate in Fibers

What
net•work is an exhibition of soft sculpture made of felt and felted crochet. Long's pieces reference bodily forms and systems, while mirroring the interconnections and communications that occur in global systems. 

The slow, methodical processes of felting and crocheting reference and literally are the building of a system. The forms in this exhibition reiterate physical and communicative interconnection through interlocked layers and networks of felt and crochet and the juxtaposition of pieces with one another.

The boldly colored and amorphous forms that result from intense, methodical investigations are curiously attractive. They look otherworldly, or straight out of the human body. 

Where
Harry Wood Gallery
ASU Herberger College 
School of Art building, ASU Tempe Campus

When
April 7–11, 2008
Gallery Hours: Monday – Thursday, 9 a.m.–5 p.m.; Friday, 9 a.m.–3 p.m.
Artist’s Reception: Monday, April 7, 7–9 p.m.

Cost
Free

Public Contact
Amy Long
480.390.2104
amy.m.long@asu.edu
Art 

The School of Art is a division of the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts at Arizona State University. Its printmaking, photography and art education programs are nationally ranked in the top 10, and its Master of Fine Arts program is ranked eighth among public institutions by U.S.News & World Report. The school includes four student galleries for solo and group shows by graduate and undergraduate art and photography students: Gallery 100, Harry Wood, Northlight and Step. To learn more about the School of Art, visit art.asu.edu.

Media Contact:
Lise Hawkos
Director, Harry Wood Gallery
ASU Hergberger College
School of Art
480.965.6163
lise.hawkos@asu.edu