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(106) Gallery and Studio: Exhibitions and Events

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PLURAL - Amanda Carmer

October 24 - November 21, 2014

From October 24 - November 21, the Calvin College Department of Art and Art History is proud to present "PLURAL," an exhibition of photographic work by Amanda Carmer at the (106) South Division Gallery.

Plural is a series of portraits and photograms that negotiate the duplicitous nature of family relationships, characterized by the long-term psychological and physical struggles of a single family member. The photograms explore the surface of photo paper and film itself with the use of organic materials—mostly foods like tomatoes, onions, and herbs, but sometimes whole plant systems—to engage different narrative strategies. Carmer notes, "I'm interested in how stories are told and how that process of telling affects the audience's interpretation of the story."

For more information on Amanda Carmer, please visit her website.

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Untitled (from the series, First Person, Plural), Archival inkjet print, 2013

First Friday ArtWalk & FREE RADICAL - 6-9pm
Friday, November 7

Join us for the monthly ArtWalk, hosted on the first Friday of each month along the Avenue for the Arts along with the annual fall Free Radical Event. Refreshments served.

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About Us

Located at 106 South Division Avenue, this facility is operated by the Calvin College Department of Art and Art History and houses faculty studios and a gallery. Exhibitions embrace faculty, student and community artwork.

The 106 building also houses artist lofts and is part of the Avenue for the Arts project in downtown Grand Rapids, initiated by Dwelling Place
(read press release).

Location

(106) Gallery and Studio
106 South Division Ave.
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
(map)

Gallery Hours

Wednesday: 1pm-9pm
Thursday: 1pm-6pm
Friday: 1pm-6pm