Modulation by TeaYoun Kim Kasser
Montana State University School of Art and the Helen E. Copeland Gallery invite the public to "Modulation", an installation by TeaYoun Kim-Kasser. The artist uses polyester fabric and acid dyes to create the feeling of a partnership with the fabric in the creation of the piece; allowing the acid dye to not only respond to the actions of the painting, but also the fabric itself. The combination of the fabric and the dye constitute balance just as the different hued layers of sand in our own bottle of time reflect our history; memories, origins and destinations of our lives.
TeaYoun's art has been supported by the Folklore Museum in Sendai, Japan, the National Performance Network (supported by the Andy Warhol Foundation for Visual Arts, the Joan Mitchell Foundation, and the Nathan Cummings Foundation),CESTA in Tabor, Czech Republic, and Can Serrat in Barcelona, Spain.
Exhibition is open to the public Friday 1 June - Thursday 20 September 2012
Artist Talk on Thursday 13 September 2012, 5:10 - 6:30PM
in Room 215, Cheever Hall
Public Reception on Thursday 13 September 2012, 6:30 - 8:30PM, at the Helen E. Copeland Gallery, Haynes Hall