Paper: an Artifact of the Future

Jun 14 • Exhibitions • 590 Views • No Comments on Paper: an Artifact of the Future

Paper: an Artifact of the Future is a show featuring artists, Anni Christie, Christy McCutchen and Amy Selikoff.
Every day we touch paper. It is ancient and sacred: a well-worn prayer book. But also disposable and common place: a tissue stuck to the bottom of your shoe. Paper stacks, folds, and holds ink printed into words that tell us of a life lived long ago. As we move from Gutenberg to Zuckerberg, how we share ideas is shifting. Paper is increasingly replaced by digital. Sketchpads swapped for iPads. As we step into the future, how will we appreciate the marks of the past? The pieces in this exhibition are made up of paper that was discarded, rediscovered, and given new life as works of art. We invite you to see the creative possibilities you hold in your hand today.

The show will be on display at the gallery from June 15th to July 14th.

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