Lisa Ludwig, Meghann Snow
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During Works In Progress, visiting artists invited visitors to come create with them and experience their studio practices while developing their own artistic vision.
This exhibition encourages visitors to ask how an exhibit should look. The definition of “works in progress” refers to all artwork that is in various stages of process. The gallery will open itself up and visitors are invited to participate in every stage of the developing artworks. This artistic process allows materials and space to change. You begin to question: When is an artwork finished? How do you begin a new piece? Do we need to plan? Or does creativity come freely and naturally?
This exhibit encourages experimentation and playful art-making in the gallery. The white walls can get messy, and work will go up or come down depending on the participants and the dialogue between artists.