Dia Lo Gue: Meaning In Human Made Marks

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David Lusk Gallery Nashville says
David Lusk Gallery - Nashville is pleased to present the sixth installment of DiaLoGue, a series of art related conversations led by guest speakers and a curious audience. Join us on Wednesday 22 February from 6-7pm for an open forum led by Tony Morris and Hans Schmitt-Matzen.

This month's discussion is in conjunction with our current exhibition of Schmitt-Matzen's work. His show, The Leviathan, features neon and wooden wall sculptures, and large photographs that all explore the various meanings and possibilites that reside in human-made marks.

Toni Morris holds a PhD in 20th century American Art from Case Western Reserve University. He is an Associate Professor of Art at Austin Peay State University. While his research investigates the varied artistic expressions of queer masculinities, his teaching involves formalism, identity politics, materiality, as they relate to contemporary art. Hans Schmitt-Matzen recieved his BFA in painting and philosphy from Middle Tennessee State University. His work has recently been exhibited in group shows at MDR in Magdeburg, Germany, Like the Spice Gallery in Brooklyn, Salisbury University Gallery in Baltimore, Track 13 Gallery, and Zeitgeist Gallery in Nashville. When he is not drawing with his sons, he is actively involved in curatorial work for private and public institutions.
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