SEE ALSO: Ongoing Exhibits
Art Here and There: Goodsell and Hulings
Experience two art installations in Carleton College buildings, Linda Rossi's "Optic Nerve," an installation in Goodsell Lobby and Meg Ojala's "Twigonometry Triptych" in Hulings Hall Atrium.
Date: Wednesday, October 19th, 2005
Time: 4:30 pm
Duration: 1 hour
Location: Goodsell Observatory and Hulings Hall Atrium
Sponsored by: Art and Art History
Contact: Laurel Bradley, x5870
Reception 4:30 – 5:30 p.m.
- 4:30 in Goodsell Lobby
Linda Rossi, Optic Nerve, an installation
Photographer and Carleton professor orchestrates images and objects to evoke the history of Goodsell, heavenly bodies, natural phenomena, trains and the passage of time. For this poetic installation, the artist selected glass plate slides from the Carleton astronomy collection and shot images through the microscope and telescope.
- 5:00 in Hulings Hall Atrium
Meg Ojala, Twigonometry Triptych
Meg Ojala, photographer and St. Olaf professor, has created a grand photographic triptych of Patrick Doughterty’s Twigonometry, 2003. This large sculpture, situated on the north side of the Bald Spot, will remain intact until November 2006, two years longer than its projected lifetime.