Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Yearn - Dec. 2, 2008

Entrance to gallery
Video by Sarah Newberry
Wall installation by Jessica Borusky
Hanging Sculpture by Kim Vorperian

1Untitled (let love in) by Jackie Wang
2 We Are Always by Jackie Wang
3 Reggaeton  by Persephone Thorn-Hausewirth

Performance by Jessica Borusky and Sarah Newberry

Corner installation by Dana Bassett

Video by Jessica Borusky

Installation by Jessica Borusky

Sculpture by Misha Wyllie

Sculpture by Kim Vorperian 


Installation by Jared Dyer

Performance by Jessica Borusky

Saturday, November 29, 2008

Inviting the Third Person - Nov. 18, 2008

Work by Jenny Vu

Work by Sarah Valdez

Yearn - Dec. 2, 2008


TUESDAY | 2 December 2008 | 6-10pm

press release

The Crossley Gallery and Ringling College of Art & Design is pleased to host students from New College of Florida with the exhibition 'Yearn' on the 2nd of December, 2008 from 6-10pm. Yearn is a collaborative show that combines 2-D, 3-D, installation and performance in order to explore bridges, gaps, abject, collection, space, bodies, and others. New College art collective, RTRI and 3rd year and 4th year art majors worked together to create the show. This is the first in a series of three shows which hope to create dialogue between the voices of Ringing and New College artwork. Yearn invites the viewer to discover new ways of thinking about art and oneself through interactive work. We encourage discussion, exploration, and response with our pieces and hope that Yearn incites and invokes the audience to think and create.

Work by:

David Bennett
Jessica Borusky
Christine Dormoy
Jared Dyer
Angela Faustina
Barry Kaminsky
Sarah Newberry
Persephone Thorn-Hauswirth
Kim Vorperian
Jackie Wang
Misha Wyllie

Sunday, November 23, 2008

NightScapes - Nov. 21, 2008


FRIDAY | 21 November 2008 | 7-10 pm

press release

The Crossley Gallery and Ringling College of Art & Design is proud to present 'Nightscapes,' with work by Photography majors Mathew Lindhart and Erin Freeland. The collaborative photography exhibition features night photographs by Freeland and Lindhardt. The show includes joint large-scale diptych images shot in the same places, at the same time; however differ from each other greatly in composition and technique. The show also includes solo images by each photographer as well as handmade pieces including Matthew Lindhardt's book "Scapes" and duratrans by Erin Freeland. All of the pieces show a clear study of time and light, giving the photographs an allure that temporarily removes you from reality.

Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Implacable Creature - Nov. 11, 2008

Works by Amanda Seckington and Mikaela Williams

Inflatable sculptures by Amanda Seckington

' Scientific Researchers ' by Mikaela Williams