Opening on September 24th, the Milliken Art Gallery at Converse College will host Disordered Functions, an exhibition by Shannon Rae Lindsey of large-scale site-specific installations that respond to and expose elements of the gallery space. Through installation, sculpture, and drawing, Lindsey’s work embodies notions of disorder through man-made construction materials that challenge their conventional context, setting, and utility. The exhibition will be available to view through October 22. Gallery hours: Monday—Friday 9:00 am—5:00 pm, Sunday 2:00—5:00 pm. The gallery is closed during school holidays.
On Thursday, October 1st at 6:00 pm in the Milliken Art Gallery, a Gallery Talk with Artist Shannon Rae Lindsey will include discussions of her career and art process. The Gallery Talk will be followed by the opening reception at 6:30 pm. The exhibit and events are free and open
“The work embodies notions of disorder through man-made construction materials that challenge their conventional context, setting, and function” said Lindsey. “I hope to inspire reflection on the role of perception when understanding utility and entropy. The materials reiterate a sense of irreversible change through physical manipulations and forms installed throughout the space.”
Shannon Rae Lindsey received her MFA in Studio Art from the University of South Carolina and her BFA in Fine Arts from the University of South Florida. She has participated in exhibitions throughout the South East as an interdisciplinary artist who explores drawing, painting, sculpture, and installation with unconventional art materials and processes. Her work embodies order and disorder to manifest her understanding of entropy. Lindsey currently resides in Columbia, South Carolina and works as the McMaster Gallery Director at the University of South Carolina and teaches Two-Dimensional and Three-Dimensional Art Foundations and
For more information about this exhibition, contact Kathryn Boucher, Milliken Art Gallery Director for Converse College, at firstname.lastname@example.org.