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Real Time and Full Scale
Date 8 a.m. Thursday, November 7, -
5 p.m. Friday, December 20, 2019,
FeaturingKenneth Steinbach
Location Johnson Gallery - View maps and directions
Instructions for GuestsFree parking is available in the West Lot. Enter the Lundquist Community Life Center (lobby of Benson Great Hall) and go up one level. The Johnson Gallery is located in the CC building, 2nd level.

Event Description

Real Time and Full Scale is the latest work by Kenneth Steinbach in an ongoing series of large scale installations that reinterprets the idea of the Mappa Mundi (map of the known world) a European cartographic system from the Middle Ages that attempted to diagram the entire cosmos, including geographical, mythological and spiritual realms into a single cohesive map. Working within a contemporary Midwestern material vernacular, Real Time and Full Scale reinvents common approaches to landscape, architecture and mapping to explore expressive and metaphorical possibilities. On view in the Johnson Gallery from November  7 - December 20, 2019.

About the Artist:
Kenneth Steinbach is a Minneapolis based artist, teacher and writer, most recently publishing Creative Practices for Visual Artists: Time, Space, Process, a book that examines the activities that support long-term artistic viability. Kenneth uses a variety of media and approaches in his artistic practice, but works principally in combinations of drawing and sculpture. The installation Real Time and Full Scale is one of several ongoing projects he has been exhibiting for the past several years.

He has shown widely, most recently at the Fargo Museum of Art and the Uluslararasi International Biennial in Istanbul. A Professor of Art at Bethel University in St. Paul, he teaches classes in Design, Sculpture, and Creative Practices.

Questions?

Contact Gallery Director Michelle Westmark Wingard at 651.638.6527 or m-westmark@bethel.edu.


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