Above, work from Amy Hauber's solo show, with projections
through glassware reclaimed from chemistry labs at St. Lawrence.
Suna Stone McMasters '90, chemical hygiene/environmental compliance officer
in the chemistry department, suggested their use to Hauber.
A solo exhibition of works by Assistant Professor of Fine Arts Amy Hauber is at the Rockefeller Art Center at SUNY Fredonia, through November 19.
"Amy Hauber: New Work (mint jellies remix)" features a wide variety of works and media including mixed and found media works; small kinetic works; ceramic and mixed media works that were made during a recent residency at the Watershed Center for Ceramic Arts in Maine; light sculpture; an interactive analog photographic slide and digital video installation; and large-scale digital prints produced and printed in the NCAT at St. Lawrence. The production of the work was supported with a large research grant from the University.
Hauber earned her bachelor's degree from the University of Pittsburgh and her MFA from the University of Wisconsin, Madison. She has previously taught at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design and Carnegie Mellon University.
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Information about the show from SUNY Fredonia's Web site
Posted: October 30, 2008