The Fruitlands Museum presents The Nobility of Things an exhibition on view 06/29/2013 (All day) – 11/03/2013 (All day).Artist-in-Residence, Jodi Colella, investigates the inherent qualities in both found and manufactured materials and celebrates the intersection of science and art.
Colella sculptures are conduits for concepts and ideas, for revelations of memory, science, and social history. The Nobility of Things explores the confluence of space, time, and emotion—the rhythms of breath and body.
Join us for the opening of Jodi’s exhibit on Saturday, June 29 at 1PM. Curator talks, live music and light refreshments. Free with admission.
As part of her goal to engage the community on a variety of scales, indoors and out, she will be working on a project called HIVE, a community assembly project that will evolve throughout the season. Visitors are encouraged to drop in and take part in creating this work of art on special workshop days. No experience necessary! Jodi’s residencey runs from April 15 – November 3, 2013. www.fruitlands.org
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