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An Update From Professor Holly Hanessian

Published March 17, 2016

From FSU Art Faculty Holly Hannessian:

holly“Last year, I slowly put together a new studio, redirecting my energy inward. As 2016 approached, a series of new digital works emerged, as well as a sequence of activities still flourishing around my Touch in Real TimeProject. I was included in the Arrowmont show, Touch: Interactive Craft, in the Sandra J. Blain Gallery, curated by Emily Zilber and which runs through March 11th. Bri Murphey included my work in the Pixels, Voxelsexhibition at the Lux Center for the Arts, in Lincoln, NE, running through March 25. In addition, I will have a solo show of Touch in Real Time at the at Ohr-O’Keefe Museum in Biloxi, MS, which runs March 12th through May 5th.”

Holly’s work is currently being shown in the following places:

Upcoming for Holly

  • Look for her Guest Podcast Host on Ben Carter’s Tales of the Red Clay Rambler as she Interviews Michael Eden, a maker from Great Britain who uses digital technologies to realize his artwork.
  • Next year, the amazing Wendy Gers is curating Cont[ract] Earth, the 1st Central China Biennale in Henan Museum, Zhengzhou, China.
  • And look for images of her newly created Arts and Crafts Movement fireplace using scanned wallpaper-lasercut- plaster molds- and porcelain materials in an upcoming article for Ceramics Monthly next year.

And in case you missed what Holly has been up to, last year, she was interviewed by Ben Carter and appeared on his podcast, Tales of the Red Clay Rambler! Listen to interview number 96: “On the Significance of Touch in the Digital Age.”