Dan Mills: Human Topographies and Amy Stacey Curtis: Transfer

Sunday, February 16, 2020
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Paul Creative Arts Center Museum of Art
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Claflin, Sara
603-862-3713
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Durham
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Dan Mills: Human Topographies

 Human Topographies presents a narrow slice of the artist’s wide-ranging and decades-long interest in history, exploration, and games and wordplay to investigate networks—networks of power, trade, and migration that underpin societies, nationally and globally. Mills makes luminous and layered paintings and collages about our shared human history utilizing maps and data to expose the legacies of imperialism: war, colonialism, and the forced displacement of people.

Amy Stacey Curtis: Transfer

The idea of shared authorship—that visitors complete a work of art through their own understanding—is an organizing principle in Amy Stacey Curtis’ conceptual art practice. Her minimal, yet ambitious, sculptures and installations are activated through audience participation. Visitors to Transfer and mirror IV are invited to touch, perpetuate, and resolve of the exhibit’s five unique works according to a prescribed set of Curtis’ instructions. Supported by the Winthrop L. Carter Gift Fund


Museum is Closed March 16–20, 2020

RECEPTION:

Thursday, February 6, 2020, 5–7pm

Dan Mills CW and C, B and C, Killed, AIRS 2017,
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