Faculty, Alum Collaborate on Multimedia Exhibition
'High/Low Density,' co-curated by Associate Professor/Foundation Co-Chair Mark Campbell, runs March 26 - May 12 at Rowan University
March 23, 2012
"High/Low Density," a show co-curated by Associate Professor/Foundation Co-Chair Mark Campbell, is the "Curator's Showcase" at Rowan University.
The exhibit examines the current discourse on patterns of settlement within the built environment and the subsequent social and cultural meanings surrounding issues of concentration and dispersal. Artists explore these themes in over a dozen works, some of them created specifically for the exhibition.
The show also features the collaborative multimedia installation, "2007 Conflation: Living Above the Store," created by Campbell, Film Professor/Film-Video Coordinator Peter Rose and UArts alumnus Anthony Angelicola BFA '07 (Film).
"Conflation" refers expressively/symbolically to the dynamic, chaotic energies of high density, integrated urban life. The work was partially funded by an Interdisciplinary Grant from the University of the Arts.
"High/Low Density" runs March 26 through May 12 at Rowan University Art Gallery, with an opening reception scheduled for Thursday, March 29 from 5:30 to 7 p.m.