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Constellations: A Solo Exhibition by Joseph Faura 
September 4 – October 12, 2012 
Gormley Gallery at Notre Dame of Maryland University 
Artist’s Reception: Saturday, September 15, 4-6pm 
Artist’s Gallery Talk: Wednesday, September 26, 12-1pm 
Constellations explores the intersections between celebrity culture, mass media, mysticism, and ancientarchetypes. Constellations consists of hand-made and digital collages, as well as interactive projections that encourage participants to play with existing archetypes to create their own. Joseph Faura is a visual artist whose work includes a variety of media, from two-dimensional collage, to time-based animation, participatory art, and installation. He is interested in how our modern worship of celebrity, youth and beauty is mythologized and ritualized. 
Visit www.mavienrose.com to learn more about his work. 
Gormley Gallery is located on the 2nd Floor of Fourier Hall Notre Dame of Maryland University 4701 North Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 21210 Gallery Hours: Mon-Fri, 8:30am-5:30pm 
Call 410-435-0100 for weekend hours, or visit www.ndm.edu/gormleygallery for more information.
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