The Lamar Dodd School of Art presents four new exhibitions at the Dodd Galleries that will run through Oct. 9.
In Tony Cokes: Five Weeks, the Dodd galleries present a new video by the seminal conceptual and video artist every week, spanning Cokes’ decades-long career.
Disarticulate Ground, a solo show by Dodd graduate candidate Annie Simpson, deconstructs historic Georgia roadside markers through photography, video and sculpture.
OFFSIDES presents a collaborative installation between Dodd MFA candidate Luka Carter and New York-based artist Tomm Roeschlein that uses a variety of media to articulate tensions within performance and the body.
MFA candidate Matthew Hoban presents a solo exhibition, The Persistence of Change. Hoban interrogates memory and its various associations. Through his use of stop motion animation, prints and sound, Hoban shows how moments are preserved through their attachment to particular story arcs, physical traces, objects, people and places. He is interested in how broad familiarity can exist within explicitly subjective contexts, depicting the interior of homes or fragmented scenes and sounds that trigger his own recollections.
The Dodd galleries are open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.