Northlight Gallery, Arizona State University Spring 2004 Exhibition Calenda
TEMPE, Ariz. – The photographic talents of Herberger College students and others will be on exhibition during the spring 2004 semester at ASU’s Northlight Gallery.
The nationally-known Northlight Gallery is dedicated entirely to the exhibiting of photography and is one of four galleries operated by School of Art students, staff and faculty.
In addition to student exhibitions, significant contemporary and historical photography is shown at Northlight Gallery. Entry to all Northlight Gallery exhibitions is free and open to the public.
Northlight Gallery is located in Matthews Hall, at the southeast corner of Tyler and Forest malls on ASU’s main campus in Tempe. Gallery hours are Monday from 7-9 p.m., and Tuesday – Thursday from 10:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Northlight Gallery’s exhibition schedule for spring 2004 follows.
Feb. 2-29, 2004
Reception: 7-9 p.m., Feb. 9
Identity is a group exhibition of photographs exploring issues of identity. The show will include a giant-sized pinhole camera for which gallery patrons can sign up for one-hour-long sittings and a spectrum of photo-based processes including straight black and white, digital, nonsilver and sculptural works.
March 8 – April 13, 2004
Reception: 7-9 p.m., March 8
An exhibition of photographs by Steven Benson, David Taylor and William Wylie, whose works deal with issues related to water, its use and conservation, and our experience of it. Benson’s photographs address the building of the Three Gorges Dam in the Yangtze River Valley. In Wylie's luminous works – which use straight black and white photography – the play of light and shadow on the surface of the water seduces the eye of the viewer. Taylor's photographic constructions masterfully combine aerial photography, personal imagery and public documentary photographs.
The School of Art is part of The Katherine K. Herberger College of Fine Arts at Arizona State University. The college educates more than 2,500 students annually and encompasses the School of Art, the School of Music, the Department of Theatre and the Department of Dance, as well as the research-based Institute for Studies in the Arts and the ASU Art Museum. Visit the Herberger College School of Art on the Web at http://art.asu.edu.