Megan Schvaneveldt: MFA Thesis Exhibition 2012

05/04/2012-06/17/2012
Alsdorf Gallery

Megan Schvaneveldt, still from weight times arm equals moment, video Megan Schvaneveldt, still from weight times arm equals moment, video Megan Schvaneveldt, still from weight times arm equals moment, video

Stills from weight times arm equals moment. Click images to watch videos.

Megan Schvaneveldt’s work is rooted in an investigation of materials and of relationships. Through her work she finds orders, reconstructs orders, and forces connections. She is concerned with the way a body situates itself in response to other bodies both privately and socially, how an object might blend into its environment and then reemerge, and the flux between material and immaterial.  Her work revolves around concepts of balance and of compromise as she seeks to literalize the complications she experiences both visually and structurally when disparate parts are joined into one.

Megan recently participated in an exhibition at MGGM in Cincinnati, Ohio, and currently has work on view at the Meyer’s Gallery at the University of Cincinnati. Additional work can be seen at meganschvaneveldt.com.

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