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PITTSBURGH- Regina Gouger Miller Gallery located on Carnegie Mellon's
campus announces its 2003-2004 exhibition schedule.
September 5-October 12, 2003
Opening Reception: Friday, September 5, 6-8 p.m.
Jun Nguyen-Hatsushiba/MATRIX 2003 features two films by
Nguyen-Hatsushiba who was born in Japan, educated in the United
States, and now lives and works in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. The
works explore Vietnamese identity and cultural re-evaluation, united
by underwater settings, vivid, saturated color, choreographed
movement and hypnotic soundtracks. Curated by Heidi
ZuckermanJacobson, Phyllis Wattis MATRIX Curator at the University of
California?s Berkeley Art Museum.
Rudy Shepherd: Affirmative Actions highlights recent work by this
young exciting artist whose credits include exhibitions at Skowhegan
School of Art, the Southeastern Center of Contemporary Art and an
Artist Residency at PS1. The exhibition at the Miller will include
installations and a public art project, a collaborative effort with
youth from the Penn Avenue Arts Initiative. Construction materials
are being provided by Construction Junction, a building materials
salvage business in Point Breeze, PA. Rudy Shepherd will give a tour
of his exhibition on Saturday, September 6, 2 p.m.
The Paper Sculpture Show is a fully interactive exhibition where
audiences construct the work following artist?s printed instructions
and images. 30 artists and artist teams are represented, including:
Janine Antoni, Francis Cape & Lisa Phillips, The Art Guys, Rachel
Harrison, Glenn Ligon, Akiko Sakaizumi, Sarah Sze, Olav Westphalen
and Allan Wexler. The exhibition is organized by Cabinet magazine,
Independent Curators International (ICI), and SculptureCenter. The
curators are Mary Ceruti, Matt Freedman and Sina Najafi. The public
opening for this exhibition is September 9, 2003.
October 24 - December 14, 2003
Opening Reception, Friday, October 24, 6-8 p.m.
School of Art Faculty Exhibition features recent work by full-time
faculty in the School of Art at Carnegie Mellon. The exhibition
will introduce the work of new faculty members - Bruce Erikson,
Michelle Illuminato, Shawn Lawson, Golan Levin, Melissa Ragona, and
Fabian Winkler - as well as the work of artists who have joined the
faculty since the last faculty exhibition - Hilary Harp, Mary Hood,
and Lance Winn. Sponsored by the School of Art at Carnegie Mellon
January 16 - March 14, 2004
Opening Reception, Friday, January 16, 6-8 p.m.
Typographically Speaking: The Art of Matthew Carter celebrates the
work of Matthew Carter, a type designer with more than 40 years in
the field. Work includes everything from hand-cut punches to
computer-generated fonts to publications designed using those fonts.
Sponsored by the School of Design at Carnegie Mellon and the
Pittsburgh Chapter of the American Institute of Graphic Art.
Exurbia includes new work about an unnatural nature produced by
TODT, a collaborative group that has been creating art for 30 years.
TODT will work in conjunction with Carnegie Mellon students to create
the installation, as well as to devise a public component.
Point of View: Anthology of the Moving Image The New Museum in
collaboration with Bick Productions commissioned 11 contemporary
artists to produce new 5-minute original works. We will debut one of
the new pieces.
April 2 - April 25, 2004, Opening Reception, Friday, April 2, 6-8 p.m.
2004 MFA Exhibition
May 5 -May 16, 2004, Opening Reception, Friday, May 7, 6-8 p.m.
2004 BFA Exhibition
2003-2004 Exhibition Schedule
Regina Gouger Miller Gallery
Carnegie Mellon University Pittsburgh, PA 15213
For more information, contact:
Jenny Strayer, Gallery Director
412 268 3877
Richard Gribenas, Exhibitions Coordinator
412 268 4982
Eric C. Sloss, Media Relations, College of Fine Arts
412 268 5765
412 268 3618
412 268 4746