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Vajda prints included in Blockfort show

Vajda icescape prints included in Blockfort show
Vajda icescape prints included in Blockfort show

Five recent prints by Kathryn Vajda, Clinical Assistant Professor in Alfred University’s School of Art and Design, are included in the exhibition Flickering at the Edge of Anthropocene, on view at the Blockfort, in Columbus, Ohio, Oct. 2 through Nov. 21.


Five recent prints by Kathryn Vajda, Clinical Assistant Professor in Alfred University’s School of Art and Design, are included in the exhibition Flickering at the Edge of Anthropocene, on view at the Blockfort, in Columbus, Ohio, Oct. 2 through Nov. 21.

 “Kathryn Vajda’s images of icescapes slowly melting in the late winter sun look like futuristic, extraterrestrial colonies,” writes Darren Lee Miller, Chair of Photography and Associate Professor at the Columbus College of Art and Design and curator of the exhibition. “Working with multiple exposures as stacks and layers in Photoshop provides Vajda with the opportunity to move beyond pictorial considerations, to create collages of time.” The curator Darren Lee Miller received his BFA from Alfred in 95'.

 Other artists participating in the exhibition are Allison Maria Rodriguez, an interdisciplinary artist from Boston, and Barry Underwood, Associate Professor of Photography and Video at the Cleveland Institute of Art.