New York’s Albany International Airport (ALB) may be unique among airports in having a gallery space open to the public and an on-site curator who is also an artist. So it’s always a treat when a new exhibition kicks off.
The newest one, Material Witness, is no exception.
(Model City, 2009, Assorted study models, cardboard, paper, plastic, metal, glue, tape)
Produced in cooperation with the nearby Rensselaer Schools of Architecture, and Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences, the exhibit includes drawings, photographs, study models and site-specific constructions, including floor-to-ceiling “trash walls” that reflect the possibilities found in discarded or recycled materials.
(Trash Walls, (detail), 2009, found material constructions)
Material Witness is in the Albany International Airport Gallery, pre-security on the third floor of the terminal through June 20, 2010.
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