Photos from Site Specific: Thesis Shows by Steven Riddle, Yiyun Chu, and Marie Danielsson-Yung at Towson University by Cara Ober

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Where we come from and where we reside are two of the most significant pieces of information about a person. The three artists in this exhibition have experienced the sense of adventure and displacement inherent in moving to a new city. Each finds that the spaces they occupy influence their thinking and behavior and, most especially, their creative pursuits. The paintings, collages, digital and three-dimensional art in this exhibition are a testament to the variety of ways Riddle, Danielsson-Yung, and Chu make sense of their surroundings, using art as another language to find their way in a new and unfamiliar place.
LOCATION: Center for the Arts·Holtzman MFA Gallery
ONVIEW: Friday, February10, 2012—Saturday, March10, 2012
OPENING RECEPTION: Thursday, February 9, 2012, 7:30—9:00 pm
GALLERY HOURS: Tuesday—Saturday, 11 am to 4 pm
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