Did you miss Saturday's 2003 New Art Event? If so, here are the works that were voted on by attendees. Mark your calendar today for next year's New Art Event---Saturday, March 6, 2004.

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 Balancing Organs by Catherine Wagner, 2000 Lambda digital print, edition 3, 80 inches tall by 32 inches wide

Catherine Wagner
Balancing Organs, 2000
Lambda digital print,
80 by 32 inches

 Sponge (Multi-Cellular) by Catherine Wagner, 2000 Lambda digital print, edition 3, 80 inches tall by 32 inches wide

Catherine Wagner
Sponge (Multi-Cellular), 2000
Lambda digital print, 80 by 32 inches

 Sound Organs by Catherine Wagner, 2000 Lambda digital print, edition 3, 80 inches tall by 32 inches wide

Catherine Wagner
Sound Organs, 2000
Lambda digital print, 80 by 32 inches

 Crew by Gajin Fujita, 2002, spraypaint, acrylic, goldleaf on six wood panels, 60 inches tall by 96 inches wide

 

 

 

Gajin Fujita
Crew, 2002
Spraypaint, acrylic and gold leaf on wood
60 by 96 inches

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Automata Studies by John F. Simon Jr., 2002, software, Apple Powerbook G3, acrylic, 19 inches tall by 16 inches wide by 3 inches deep 

John F. Simon, Jr.
Automata Studies, 2002
Software, Apple Powerbook G3, acrylic
19 by 16 by 3 inches

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 Library Part Two by Los Carpinteros, 2001, tape measures and paint dimensions variable

Los Carpinteros
Library, Part 2, 2001
Tape measures and paint
dimensions variable

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 Flood O Rusti by Trenton Doyle Hancock, 2002, mixed media on felt, 94.75 inches tall by 67 inches wide

Trenton Doyle Hancock
Flood O Rusti, 2002
mixed media on felt
94 1/4 by 67 inches

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 Buttress by Nancy Davidson, 1997, latex and fabric, 180 inches tall by 53 inches wide by 33 inches deep

Nancy Davidson
Buttress, 1997
latex and fabric
180 by 53 by 33 inches

The Ulrich Museum of Art is considering purchasing Buttress, which was on view at Saturday's New Art Event. We want to know what YOU think of this work of art?

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The Simpson Verdict, Kota Ezawa, 2002, digital animationMarina Kappos, Beast, 2002, digital video projection, three minutes

Kota Ezawa
The Simpson Verdict, 2002
digital animation
three minutes

Marina Kappos
Beast, 2002
digital video projection
three minutes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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