Joris Lindhout Masters of Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition

11 March 2019 — 19 March 2019
Woldenberg Art Center Tulane University Campus New Orleans Show on map | add to calendar
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Masters of Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition by Joris Pieter Lindhout

 

Tulane University’s Newcomb Art Department will be showcasing work by six graduate students receiving their MFA degrees in Studio Art this spring. Two of these students, Cora Lautze (Printmaking) and Joris Pieter Lindhout (Digital Arts) will be exhibiting together from Monday, March 11 – Tuesday, March 19, 2019.  Their exhibition is jointly called PrtScr.SysRq.

As Lindhout says of his work in his artist’s statement:

“The body of work I have been developing over the past year connects my previous ventures into the Gothic with digital technologies; in what ways does the promise of technology not hold up? Where does tech stop relieving us and start burdening us? And where does our grip on it begin to slip? With a series of robotic sculptures and installations I’m exploring these questions and the strangely hazy field in between them.”

The exhibition will be held in the Carroll Gallery of the Newcomb Art Department, housed in the Woldenberg Art Center on the Uptown Campus of Tulane University.

The opening reception will take place on Monday, March 11, from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m., with a walkthrough by the artists at 6:30 pm. Gallery hours are Monday – Friday, 9 am – 4 pm, and special weekend hours for this exhibition only will be Saturday, March 16 and Sunday, March 17, noon – 5 pm.

 

About Joris Lindhout

Joris Lindhout is a Dutch artist living and working in New Orleans. He is currently getting a second Masters degree at Tulane University. He holds a BA in Interaction Design and an MA in Visual Arts and is an alumnus of the post graduate program at the Jan van Eyck Academy in the Netherlands. His work has been shown in the Netherlands at the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, BORZO Gallery Amsterdam, TENT Rotterdam, 1646 Den Haag, W139 Rotterdam, Stedelijk Museum ’s-Hertogenbosch and BAK Utrecht. Internationally, he has shown his work in Norway, South Korea, Brazil, and the United States. He is the co-founder of the New Orleans-based international residency program, Deltaworkers, and has received multiple grants from the Mondrian Foundation, a research and development grant from CBK Rotterdam, and a study grant from the Prince Bernhard Culture fund. His text-based pieces have been published in numerous international publications and magazines, and Lindhout has curated exhibitions at PARSE in New Orleans, Ellen de Bruijne Projects in Amsterdam, and IMPAKT festival in Utrecht.  For more info, see www.jorislindhout.com.