|Isaac McCaslin , Treasure Trove , Acrylic on canvas, 32 x 40 in, 2012|
|Isaac McCaslin, Boardwalk Loading, Charcoal on paper on 3 panels, 48x96 in, 2012|
|Isaac McCaslin, Spurious Amalgamation, Oil on canvas, 48 x 96 in, 2012|
|Isaac McCaslin, Ludic Fallacy, oil on 3 canvases, 44 x 102 in, 2012|
On view at The Porch Friday November 2, 2012 will be “Cherchez La Vérité” an exhibition of multimedia work of six seniors from the fine arts department of the Savannah College of Art and Design. The artwork explores divergent perspectives that comprise an underlying vision dealing with truth as it relates to sociopolitical, natural, and universal forces.
Alexandra Olivier is working with industrial materials, clay and video installations to convey a fundamental spiritual connection to truth. Candace Whittemore paints with traditional media and fibers to reflect on intimacy, interpersonal relationships and cultural interactions. Isaac McCaslin Paintings convey a philosophical nervousness toward the acceptance or rejection of technology and simulations in light of a deteriorating environment. Lacey Fuquea paints and works with video installation to spark a dialogue about suppression, expression, and censorship. Rhett Scott fills his drawings, and paintings with mixed media and complex imagery that invite the viewer to question the instability of the human condition. And, Xavier Robles de Medina’s work exhibits spatial deconstruction through line and circuitry.
“Cherchez La Vérité” will take place November 2, 2012 from 5:00 to 9:00 pm at The Porch on 31st and Drayton St. Savannah, Georgia.
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