Thomasville Center for the Arts Downtown invites you to an exploration centered on the mobility and authorship of memories, language and objects – a dialogue reflective of the intersection and location of place in our lives. Kevin employs sculpture, photography, traditional media and digital fabrication technologies in investigating how we navigate through and within the geography of experiences.
The exhibit is open:
June 6 – July 26
Tuesdays – Fridays
10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Kevin is a Professor at FSU currently teaching 3D, Digital Foundations, and Graduate courses and has completed multiple artist residencies, including at Grand Canyon National Park and along the Chilkoot Trail in Alaska and British Columbia; these residencies have directly inform and continue to drive his current work.
He is the founder and director of collab, a scalable, pilot program of curated, dialogue-based interactions at FSU’s Facility for Arts Research (FAR), which provide an opportunity to examine the ebb and flow of ideas, aesthetics and language through collaborations with, and between, individuals engaged in all fields of creative research.