Opening Reception for Mary Chang: Abstraction
September 14, 2015
Tuohy Hall Alumni Room
Mary Chang's exhibit, Abstraction, will be on display in the Tuohy Hall Alumni Room Gallery from September 8 to October 22. Gallery hours are Wednesdays 6-8 p.m. and Saturdays 1-3 p.m.
Mary Chang was born in Manhattan, New York; raised in the Fort Greene section of Brooklyn and currently resides in the Clinton Hill, Brooklyn. Mary attended the School Visual Arts. She began working in the print medium with the late master printer, Sheila Marbain and master printer, Sheila Goloborotko.
During the late 1980's mid 1990's Chang began her theater experience working with La Mama Experimental Theater, NYC and Europe, Werktheater of Basel Switzerland, co-wrote, performed and toured, Immigrant’s Theater Project, New Directors Film Festival (MoMA/Lincoln Center).
Mary states "The line of distance between my process in theater and painting are one and the same. My tools interchange." Mary’s work has been exhibited at Restoration Skylight Gallery; Dorsey's Gallery; MoCADA; Corridor Gallery; Rush Arts; Robert Lehman Gallery at Urban Glass; Tabla Rasa and various galleries, museums, and cultural centers throughout the tristate area, Massachusetts, California and Brazil.
"Abstraction, What do I have here? I use the freedom from representational qualities and allow myself to draw within and connect to the subconscious. In this practice the work evolves into a visual form. Each work appears complete. I am thinking these are sections of the infinite picture and these sections are processed through the state of abstracting from within."
For more information, contact Ramona Candy at [email protected].