“Rhizomes of Place”, an installation by Jason M. Stewart (MFAST ’15), on view in Montclair, NJ through December 19

In Rhizomes of Place, everyday materials like duct tape and cardboard, wood and paint are assembled into a site specific installation to communicate notions of “place.” Stewart says “I am interested in addressing the distinctions of place and its ever changing context through a poly-vocal and multi-modal practice.” Through the action of recycling previous sculptures and presentation formats, adding a new voice to the cluster of works, coopting the attic-space as another piece and provoking the viewers to reflect on their own positioning within this dialogue, Stewart neatly explores and plays with his subject.

This exhibition will be on view through December 19, 2016 with a reception and artist conversation moderated by Emily Harris (MFAST ‘13) on Saturday, November 5th, 2-6pm.

For more information, visit jasonmstewart.net and northwillows.com.

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