That. Was. EPIC!!! : when quotidian becomes lore

Cody Arnall (Other)

Research output: Non-textual formExhibition


Curated by Sanford Mirling, Assistant Professor of Studio Art, Middlebury College, Vermont.

Included Artists: Cody Arnall, Assistant Professor of Sculpture, Texas Tech University; David Carpenter, Full-Time Faculty, University of Arkansas - Pulaski Technical College; Tehniyet Masood, Artist; Dylan Redford, Artist; Dane Rudisill Winkler, Assistant Professor of Sculpture, University of North Carolina Greensboro; Georgia Wohnsen, Artist.

From the Curator - "Subtlety at some point becomes extravagant; even if only for the briefest of moments, and makes an impact. Transferring into a ripple: it reaches out gently, brushing against all it comes in contact with, and leaving its mark. The saturation of those marks on all of us, in turn, creates lore.

The sculptures, performances, and installations in “That. Was. EPIC!!!!” are desperate to make sense of how certain moments, objects, and experiences cross over from the quotidian of life to become those indelible gestures."

Collar Works is a highly respected venue in the Northeast.

- I had one sculpture included in this exhibition.

Original languageEnglish
StatePublished - Aug 25 2017


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