Permeability, Transformation and the Neutral

Evan Larson
June 19 - July 17, 2009

"Using techniques such as plaster carving, mold-making, and woodworking, Evan Larson manipulates the existing structures within the gallery to create a seemingly-organic and often ephemeral space of neutrality between object and viewer within institutional dynamics. rnrnLarson received a BFA from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and an MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art. He has exhibited and taught across the nation and currently serves as an associate professor at Wayne State University.

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This project is a part of the SPACELab Program.

SPACELab is a laboratory created to help Northeast Ohio solo artists or collectives push and pull a concept until it materializes. SPACELab not only acts as a platform for the display of process and projects, but also provides resources and instruction.

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