UT School of Visual & Performing Arts

Archive for June, 2012

Deborah Orloff’s Holzwege series

Deborah ImagesDeborah Orloff’s intriguingly surreal Holzwege series of photographs will fill the Crary Art Gallery in January. Ms. Orloff hails from Toledo, OH, where she teaches New Media at the University of Toledo. These works are deftly layered landscape images, arresting in their beauty, and cognitively topsy-turvy. Despite the visual confusion, we are drawn into them by a “holzwege” (a “holzwege” in German is a forest path leading to nowhere), inviting us – or stopping us abruptly – in these impossible and complex landscapes.

 

Podcast interview with the artist.
Podcasts about individual photos in show.


Hannah Lehmann–Art Major,BA Studio Art

Hannah is a senior pursuing a B.A. in Art

The UT Department of Art is proud to recognize student Hannah Lehmann, whose abstract submission, “Sickly Sweet: A Visual Commentary on the History of Sugar and the Implications of Its Use in Contemporary Society,” was chosen from more than 3,500 submissions to be presented at this year’s National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR 2011). Hannah will present her work at NCUR 2011, which will be held March 30 through April 2 at Ithaca College, Ithaca, New York.