Tag: Erin Mallea

Erin Mallea: Maintaining Utopia

In 2017, Erin Mallea spent three months at Old Economy Village (OEV) a regional museum and historic site to learn more about the living history of historic maintenance.

Highest Grossing Film: The Sequel

Produced alongside the political theatre of 2017, “Highest Grossing Film: The Sequel” approaches issues of capital, entertainment, and collapse.

Erin Mallea

Erin Mallea collapses natural and national history to examine larger taxonomies and systems of producing knowledge and memory within the American landscape. Contextual, processual, and often public in nature, Erin’s work implicates herself as an individual navigating local organizations, bureaucratic systems, archives, and institutions of memory.

Closing Party: The Very Best Deserts on Planet Earth

Closing party during the downtown gallery crawl for the School of Art’s annual First and Second Year MFA exhibition. “The Very Best Deserts”, showcases new work by a diverse group of eleven emerging artists working in a range of methodologies, conceptual frameworks, and media.

Closing Party for MFA Exhibition “The Very Best Deserts on Planet Earth” 4/21

As part of the downtown gallery crawl, 2018 & 2019 Master of Fine Arts candidates present new work in the School of Art’s annual First and Second Year MFA exhibition. “The Very Best Deserts” showcases new work by a diverse group of eleven emerging artists working in a range of methodologies, conceptual frameworks, and media.

Soft Opening: The Very Best Deserts on Planet Earth

Soft opening for the School of Art’s annual First and Second Year MFA exhibition. “The Very Best Deserts” showcases new work by a diverse group of eleven emerging artists working in a range of methodologies, conceptual frameworks, and media.