Interactive Textile Works Now on Display in Library
The Context Library Series is pleased to present Realms of Appropriation: Interactive textile works by Daniel Barron Corrales. San Diego-based artist Corrales has created a body of work that explores color, textures and interaction through a series of textile sculptures. Corrales uses textile as his media of choice because of its amorphous nature, its resilience and ability to be reset. Realms of Appropriation is constructed entirely using byproducts of the fashion and textile design industries, resulting in a dynamic experience that evolves with physical interaction. Ultimately the work explores the infinite collaborative potential through the hands of others.
Realms of Appropriation on display March 1 – July 1, 2017, free and open to the public all library hours.
Exhibition Open House
Join us Tuesday, April 18, 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in the University Library Gallery, Kellogg 3rd floor, for gallery tours and light refreshments with artist Daniel Barron Corrales.