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"Strata" - A New Art Exhibit in the Open Gallery, TP/SS, by artist Megan Biddle

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Category: Arts at MC

Published: 2017-01-20 00:00:01.000

The Department of Visual and Performing Arts invite you to the Takoma Park/Silver Spring Campus Open Gallery to view the exhibit "Strata" by artist Megan Biddle.

This is the third in the exhibition series <i>Time, Entropy and Change</i>
Exhibition Dates: January 16 - March 3
Opening Reception: Thursday, February 9, 6 - 8 p.m.

The work in this show is inspired by fold mountains, a mountain range formed when two tectonic plates that make up the Earth's crust push together at their border. When plates collide, the accumulated layers of rock crumple and fold like a piece of paper. A line or sediment layer forms evoking a line produced by a cardiograph or a seismograph, both instruments that (metaphorically speaking) measure a pulse inside of a human or the Earth.

The artist is interested in the juxtaposition of the complex nearly immeasurable movement of the earth demonstrated simply through a piece of paper being folded and the hyper speed and immediacy with which we move through our lives daily to question perceptions of time.

For more information: Call 240-567-5821 or

Related Media

  1. Strata_121316.pdf
  2. Stratathumb.jpg
  3. Strata.jpg

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