April 3, 2017
The Turman Art Gallery at Indiana State University presents "Digital Noise 3.5: Digital Art Student Exhibition 2017."
The exhibited works, inspired by Padgett Powell's The Interrogative Mood., are by digital art students from the department of art and design. The public is invited to attend the opening reception 4:30-6:30 p.m. Thursday, April 6.
The exhibit features the emerging talents of undergraduate and graduate levels visual art students enrolled in the Intermediate and Advanced Digital Art Classes, taught by Professor Sala Wong at the Indiana State. The participating student artists are: Alecsandré Baumgartner, Rachel Calkins, Norman Chen, James Cole, Abigail Dorey, Lana Majstorovic, Latesha Merkel, Paul Miller, Sanchez Miller, Sam T. Morlan, Stefan Munsey ('16), Errol Olenja, Clarissa Rawlings, Nikki Swanson and Joniah Tyson.
In addition to the Powell-inspired works, the Introductory-level Digital Art students will present their projects in sound, digital imaging and animation. Students include Sydney Bruner, Taylor Dickison, Christopher Dillon, Gregory Jones, Abigail McGee, Alicia Moss, Casandra Moye, Abigail Pierce, David Reed, Scott Schreiber, Hayley Velandingham, Mitchell Weust , Andre Whittaker and Audré Brickey ('16).
In conjunction with the exhibition, Peter Williams, visiting artist from California State University, presents "A Parade, 2.0" - a mixed media sculptural installation with digital archival prints, multichannel animation and databending.
The Turman Art Gallery is located on the Indiana State campus in the Fine Arts Building on Chestnut Street, just west of 7th Street. The exhibit runs April 4-13. The artists will be present at the opening reception. The public is welcome to help celebrate their work that includes digital animation, video installation, digital cinema and sound art. The event is free. Light refreshments will be served.
Gallery hours for this exhibition are 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday-Friday. For more information, call 812-237-3720.
The exhibited works, inspired by Padgett Powell's The Interrogative Mood., are by digital art students from the department of art and design.