Pam Owens: Inverted Architecture

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Pam Owens: Inverted Architecture

Oct 1, 2017 — Jun 1, 2018
Dept. of African and African-American Studies
175 University Ave., Conklin Hall, 3rd Fl., Newark, NJ 07102
Dates & Times
Apr 21: Apr 22: Apr 23: Apr 24: Apr 25: Apr 26: Apr 27: Apr 28: Apr 29: Apr 30: May 1: May 2: May 3: May 4: May 5: May 6: May 7: May 8: May 9: May 10: May 11: May 12: May 13: May 14: May 15: May 16: May 17: May 18: May 19: May 20: May 21: May 22: May 23: May 24: May 25: May 26: May 27: May 28: May 29: May 30: May 31: Jun 1:
848-445-0507 Newark

Event Description

Pam Owens is a Newark born and raised artist with a B.A. in History and an M.F.A. in Photography.  She does not use photography as a medium for literal representation of the world but instead interested in using her medium as a way to see with the invisible eye, to experience something beyond a depiction of an object or space to a sensation, an energy contained within a two dimensional plane. The title of the exhibition provides a clue as to her intention. Architecture may be defined as forming a unified, coherent form or structure, but when inverted there is room for something much less concrete. This is the space that Owens occupies with her photos. Curated by Adrienne Wheeler.