Driving Without Destination
Miles of Uniformity acrylic on wood panel 20 x 36 2010
My piece "Miles of Uniformity" will be exhibited at Seton University for a show titled "Driving without Destination."
The opening reception will be Thursday September 16th from 6-9 pm.
You can find directions at their site Seton University.
The show will run till October 2th with a closing symposium featuring guest speakers Father Ian Boyd, C.S.B., editor of the Chesterton Review and President of the G.K. Chesterton Institute for Faith and Culture and Dermot Quinn, Ph.D, Professor of History at Seton Hall University. 2pm to 4pm.
Please join us.
As I stepped off the airplane into the terminal, I was excited and egar to see what lies before me, after traveling into a new hemisphere waiting to experience a different culture. What I was immediately assaulted with was a familiar “golden arches” along with more logo recognizing.
Unique cultures have been overtaken by large corporations who’ve created a homogeneous visual landscape. There seems to be nothing unique anymore.
My piece addresses this very landscape, with familiar logos running throughout the piece. The figures are flipped to graphically depict distance and “far away places.” One can never know what was lost if one never seen otherwise.
© Heidi Younger