UA Synapse Lecture: Judy Pfaff
Wednesday, November 4
Akron Art Museum Auditorium, 6:30 pm
A pioneer in mixed media installation, Judy Pfaff explores the relationships between physical, emotional, and intellectual worlds. Between material and space, Pfaff creates work that is evocative of the invisible workings of the body, the energy of the cosmos, and the change happening in our everyday. Synthetic and natural systems intertwine forming complex and conflicting perspectives.
The Synapse series explores enlightened collaborations between art and science. This initiative at The University of Akron probes the ideas, images, and mutual interests connecting art and science professionals and disciplines. The Synapse series is funded through the generous support of the Knight Foundation.
Part of Free Thursdays at Akron Art Museum.
Akron Art Museum, One South High, Akron, OH 44308