When: Thu., May 21, 6:30-8 p.m. 2015
The show features more than 50 works, representing the range of Shotz’s artistic output. The exhibition includes a monumental sculptural installation; a site-specific, volumetric wall drawing; and a collaborative animation, digital and traditional prints, photographs, and ceramics. Shotz’s practice examines the properties and interactions of light, gravity, mass, and space. She bridges disciplines in her work, drawing on scientific methods, mathematical principles, and literature, among other diverse fields. Often employing nontraditional materials such as glass beads, linen thread, stainless-steel filaments, and welded aluminum to create large-scale abstract sculptures, Shotz expands upon conventional notions of sculptural space and form.