Susan Tennant: Weaving Through Space

October 2016 Postcard

 

Opening Reception during the October
IDADA First Friday Art Tour:
October 7, 6 - 9 pm

This October Gallery 924 presents Susan Tennant’s Weaving Through Space featuring organically engineered installations that incorporate straight and curved lines that reference flight and voyage. This exhibition will use Gallery 924 as a base to build into and through by forming interconnected structures focusing on curvilinear lines. The various artworks and installations will be constructed on-site by weaving and networking fiberglass rods, wood, and waxed cord throughout the interior space, appearing to go through the walls and ceiling, and wrapping around the air ducts. Tennant, a 2005-2006 Arts Council Creative Renewal Arts Fellow, will engage gallery patrons to view the physical gallery space, the sculptural forms, and the shadows they cast as a unified visual experience.

ABOUT THE ARTIST
Susan Tennant, a sculptor and educator in Indianapolis, IN, was born and raised in New Jersey. Tennant moved to Indiana in 1978, with husband Phillip, who started the Herron School of Art and Design Furniture Design Department at IUPUI. She received a BFA from SUNY Alfred University’s School of Art and Design and has a MS from the School of Informatics and Computing and a MFA from Herron School of Art and Design at IUPUI. She has shown her work most recently at the Manifest Gallery in Cincinnati, Ohio and Gallery 924 at the Arts Council of Indianapolis. ​Tennant received an Arts Council of Indianapolis​ Creative Renewal Arts Fellowship in 2006. In 2010 she published a textbook, Once Upon a Digital Story: A Modern Approach to an Ancient Art. She has been a lifelong educator, and for the last 16 years, she has been a professor in the IU School of Informatics and Computing at IUPUI. Click here to visit Susan Tennant's website.

LEARN MORE about the artist and this exhibition by watching her Indy Arts Studio Series interview.