JANUARY 15 - MARCH 4, 2016
John Seefeldt: Fragments of Reconstruction and Longing and Ron Lambert: House Wear
Window to Sculpture Emerging Artist 2016 series exhibitions

Friday, January 15
5:30 - 8:00 PM
Opening of John Seefeldt: Fragments of Reconstruction and Longing and Ron Lambert: House Wear
6:15 PM
The Artist Talks: Ron Lambert in the Euclid Avenue Gallery
7:00 PM
The Artist Talks: John Seefeldt in the Main Gallery

John Seefeldt: Fragments of Reconstruction and Longing
a W2S 2016 Early Career Artist
Main Gallery

John Seefeldt, working images for Fragments of Reconstruction and Longing, 2016, wood, fabric, 3D printed components, custom electronics, custom software, interactive projection and sound, room installation

The focus of John Seefeldt's artwork is the merging of interactive and electronic media with traditional fabrication methods such as wood metal, clay, and plastics. It is informed both by research and an experiential understanding of the human experience in a contemporary media-focused culture. His most recent work leverages both virtual and augmented reality technologies to provide the viewer with an opportunity to explore their own interactions and relationships with their environment from a new perspective. Fragments of Reconstruction and Longing presents real and imagined memories, archival material, and experiential imagery to draw visitors into an exploration of the past and memories. Through the visual possibilities presented by the artist in this interactive installation the viewers may reflect upon their own remembrances, reveries, and the fluid nature of the past in one's mind.


John Seefeldt, Inverted Interface, 2013, custom software, electronics, wood, glass, fabric, interactive / 3D, 8 x 8 x 12 ft. Click image for video

In Between Near and Far, 2012, custom software, electronics, wood, interactive / 3D, 14 x 10 x 10 ft. Click image for video. Courtesy of the artist.

about the artist

Early career expanded media artist John Seefeldt, a native of Ohio, is an Assistant Professor of Interactive and New Media in the Departments of Art and Design at Loyola University New Orleans. He received his BFA from the University of North Carolina at Asheville (2010) and a MFA from Western Carolina University (2013).


Ron Lambert: House Wear
a W2S 2016 Early Career Artist
Euclid Avenue Gallery

Ron Lambert, Hidden Ship Sinking, 2014, wood, vinyl, paneling, plaster, tar, drywall, wallpaper, hair, siding, digital print, 49 ½ x 38 ½ x 90 in.

Ron Lambert's sculpture is the physical manifestation of his attempt to create an environment of beauty and perfection with the preexisting realization that reaching total perfection is futile. He makes carefully hand constructed objects that appear unfinished or deconstructed. These are to bring attention to the impermanence and fleeting nature of many of the experiences and realities of contemporary life.

about the artist

Ron Lambert is an assistant professor at Bloomsburg University in Pennsylvania. He received his BFA at the University of Connecticut (1997) and his MFA from the School of Art and Design at Alfred University (2004). He has shown is work nationally in Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Virginia, Kentucky, and Washington. His video pieces have screened in festivals and shows around the world, including projects and festivals in Canada, Ireland, Brazil, and Hungary.


Smoke Signal, 2014, digital print, cast aluminum, 60 x 12 x 30 in. Courtesy of the artist.


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