Show simple item record Smith, Anne
dc.contributor.other Colangelo, Carmon
dc.contributor.other Floating Lab Collective
dc.contributor.other Hill, Melissa
dc.contributor.other Lahah,Jacob
dc.contributor.other McDermott,Sarah
dc.contributor.other Melhorn-Boe,Lise
dc.contributor.other Miller,Cathryn
dc.contributor.other Sharp, Sharon A. 2015-11-20T19:33:46Z 2015-11-20T19:33:46Z Dec 2014
dc.description Exhibition Catalog from the Artists' Maps exhibit at the Fenwick Gallery, George Mason University
dc.description.abstract Maps are powerful. They can orient us on unfamiliar streets or help us find our way through unmarked territory. In their essence, maps distill an incredible amount of information into a compact, readable, digestible abstraction—a tool for navigating and understanding what’s around us. This exhibit expands upon the traditional idea of mapping, featuring works by artists at Mason and artists in the Mason Libraries collection. Each of these artists has embraced the map as a dynamic and versatile tool for investigating histories, bodies, geographies, and more. By recording landmarks, making careful observations, and charting terrain of all sorts physical and intangible, each artist’s map reveals a surprising story.
dc.language.iso en_US
dc.publisher Fenwick Gallery, George Mason University Libraries
dc.subject visual art en_US
dc.subject mapping en_US
dc.subject artists' books en_US
dc.subject art exhibition en_US
dc.title Artists' Maps
dc.type Other

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