Date: Wednesday, January 22, 2020Time: 7:00pmLocation: Wigley-Fleming Gallery, Center for the Arts, Luther CollegeEvent is open to the public! Odalis Valdivieso will be speaking about her work in
Date: Wednesday, January 22, 2020
Location: Wigley-Fleming Gallery, Center for the Arts, Luther College
Event is open to the public!
Odalis Valdivieso will be speaking about her work in the gallery at 7pm, January 22nd in the Wigley-Fleming Gallery. The talk will be about her research and studio practice as it relates to her current work and her exhibition at Luther titled Trends, currents, and phenomena: The case of the body that became a mountain. Odalis is an artist in residency hosted by the Visual and Performing Arts Department and is making new work alongside current Studio Art majors. The exhibition will be up until Spring break.
Odalis Valdivieso is a Venezuelan-American artist. Her works have been part in solo and group exhibitions such as Performing the self and other selves, Bass Museum of Art public windows; Nearly Contemporary, South Florida Art Center; Invisible, La Caja, Centro Cultural Chacao, Caracas; Arrhythmic Suite, MDC Museum of Art+Design; Paper Folding, Alejandra von Hartz Gallery and Dimensions Variable, Miami; The Sinking Parenthesis, Central Fine, Miami; This is not a Museum, Centro Cultural Español, Miami; among others. Valdivieso has created or contributed to community engaged projects such as Fall Semester, Talking Head Transmitters and The Nightclub. She is the recipient of the 2018 Brooklyn Library Residency Program, the 2016 WaveMaker Grant, the 2004 and 2014 South Florida Cultural Consortium Fellowship, as well as various Miami-Dade Community Grants. She currently lives and works in New York City and Miami.
(Wednesday) 7:00 pm
Wigley-Fleming Gallery, Center for the Arts, Luther College