appreciate: Alicia Eggert

appreciate Alicia EggertI recently came across artist Alicia Eggert’s work while reading about her in the Washington Post towards the end of November. She has  a new exhibit featured at the Artisphere, a art gallery in Arlington,VA called “Everything You Are Looking For” and the images used to promote the exhibit. I was so captivated by that imagery that I hopped on the train the next day to see the exhibition for myself and I was not disappointed with what I saw. I have never seen work that displays social commentary in such a clever way. For example, the image above titled “eternity” only actually looks like this two times a day. Every hour, the pegs that are comprised to make those letters rotate, which occasionally makes the work look like random lines. More of her work can be found hereEggert is an assistant professor at Bowdoin University, so I hope she will continue to make the time to create amazing pieces of art. Just thought I would suggest…

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