‘Analogue Landscapes: Beyond the Lunar Vision’ on view at Armstrong Campus’ Fine Arts Gallery
SAVANNAH, GA–The Fine Arts Gallery on the Georgia Southern University Armstrong Campus is hosting “Analogue Landscapes: Beyond the Lunar Vision,” an exhibition by artists Casey McGuire and Mark Schoon, that merges science and art by exploring the complicated relationships between observation, representation, and understanding. Their work will be on view through Feb. 19. A virtual artist talk will be on Tuesday, Jan. 26 at 2:30 p.m.
McGurie and Schoon’s artwork focuses on a space theme that was inspired by photos of the moon published in 1835 by the New York Sun. The exhibition showcases each artist’s individual research addressing different aspects of the real, the artificial, and unattainable.
McGuire is a sculptor and Associate Professor of Foundations and Sculpture at the University of West Georgia. Schoon is an Associate Professor of Photography at the University of West Georgia.
Due to COVID-19, gallery capacity is limited and guests must wear a mask and stay 6 feet apart. Attendees can fill out the mandatory registration to view the talk here.
The Fine Arts Gallery is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.