Wednesday, October 24-Saturday, December 15, 2018
Miles C. Horton Jr. Gallery, Sherwood Payne Quillen '71 Reception Gallery, and Francis T. Eck Exhibition Corridor
A selection of works from emerging and established artists explores bodies that converge to occupy, invade, or even dominate our airspace. From insects to birds, planes to drones, SWARM presents an array of digital, sculptural, and site-specific art works that portray the wondrous, delightful, ominous, and unnerving imagery of objects and beings en masse, in flight, all around…
Featured here is a detail of Talia Greene’s Cross Pollination, a wallpaper installation teeming with digitally composed honeybees and comb constructed of dried flower stems and stamen, insect parts, and human hair.
Cross Pollination, 2016 (detail)
Site-specific wallpaper installation
Image courtesy of the artist