As a part of the Syracuse University Libraries’ ongoing Issues in Digital Scholarship Forum series, Jill Rothstein, chief librarian at New York Public Library’s Andrew Heiskell Braille & Talking Book Library, will be on campus today and tomorrow for a…
Elisabeth Meyer artist lecture
Dec. 16, 6 p.m., Warehouse Room 003,
Elisabeth Meyer, “Dividing Lines and Scale”
The Window Projects at the Warehouse Gallery features an installation by Elisabeth Meyer consisting of organic forms embroidered onto an organza fabric. The overall patterning evokes an association with ocean waves and a net. The transparent quality of the organza background allows the viewer to see through the piece that is hanging
from the ceiling covering the entire window front. The work addresses the issue of displacement through traveling. Meyer, who is based in Ithaca, developed the concept for this exhibition while at a residency in Iceland, traveled to India to oversee the production of the embroidery, and created the work on site in Syracuse.
Contact Person: Anja Chavez