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Visual Epistemologies The Department of Visual Studies Faculty Exhibition

Sep 8 - Oct 23 2011

UB Anderson Gallery

Epistemology is the branch of philosophy that grapples with how we come to know and understand the world. Likewise art can offer new lenses for apprehending what we know and believe. Visual Epistemologies, a selection of recent, largely visually-based productions by the diverse group of artists and thinkers that constitute the Department of Visual Studies’ studio faculty, will showcase the various research interests, artistic practices, and craft skills that make this a dynamic and inspiring group of artists and educators.

Works by:

Sylvie Belanger

Daniel Calleri

Millie Chen

Adele Henderson

George Hughes

John Jennings

Becky Koenig

Steve Kurtz

Domenic Licata

Joan Linder

Megan Michalak

Gary Nickard

Reinhard Reitzenstein & Chris Siano

Stephanie Rothenberg & Dan S. Wang

Renee Ruffino

David Schirm

Jeff Sherven

Ben Van Dyke

Paul Vanouse

Sponsored by the Department of Visual Studies and the UB Art Galleries

Organized by Gary Nickard, Clinical Associate Professor and Elizabeth Otto, Associate Professor.