Exhibit Dates and Visitation
The exhibit will be open for select appointment dates in Feb 2020
About the Artwork:
On view are a collection of works spanning the last several years of a dedicated studio practice. Hanging tapestries hand cut with intricate designs, large scale collage works pressed in glass, stop motion animation with sound that fills the gallery space, along with a selection of hanging mobiles that cast shadows and meander across the walls and floor—they are dynamic works that engage time, light, and space.
About the Artist:
Zoe Friedman exhibits her work nationally and internationally. She has received a Fulbright ETA Fellowship to Malaysia (2007), a Henry Walters Traveling Fellowship (2012) and a full fellowship at Vermont Studio Center (2012). Last summer she completed a large-scale permanent installation at the Hampden Enoch Pratt Public Library in Baltimore. She has an active studio practice and is an assistant professor and coordinator of the Time Based Media Program at Anne Arundel Community College.
I craft things on a small scale, such as hand-cut paper or scenes in a stop motion, gradually building them into immersive installations. My work incorporates the ephemeral space around an object, such as light, shadow and movement, which then becomes an integral part of the piece itself. I’m interested in art that can move between the familiar and the unknown, to incorporate both the domestic and the wild.Learn More