Join us in welcoming visiting Artist Katerie Gladdys who will be leading a lecture at the Fine Arts Building (Room 249) at 7PM November 14, 2013. You won’t want to miss it!
Katerie Gladdys’ artwork and research interrogates and re-presents marginalized spaces such as agricultural land, abandoned groves and orchards, sanitary canals, the liminal zone between suburban and rural, housing subdivisions, the occasional national or state park, domesticity and disability and the digital images of landscapes generated by satellites that populate the nightly news. She seeks to transform mapped landscapes and familiar interactions into alternative geographies that transmits her own sense of wonder in the ubiquitous, encouraging others to look more closely at what constitutes their everyday existence.
For more information on Katerie Gladdys, visit her website here: http://layoftheland.net/