Monotype, ink on copperplate paper
13 x 19 inches (h x w)
Varied edition of 11, inquire to see full series
"This series, “I made a map to find you; you became a labyrinth,” explores the ambiguous nature of spatiality, and our obscure language for describing those perceptions. Slight twists in words and tenses create entirely new meanings, just as space can both recede or proceed with changes in color and tone, or through a refocus of the eyes. Declarative statements and visuals then become questions, as they reveal the uncertain terms we rely on to understand ourselves."
Kate MacNeil was born in 1989 in Asheville, NC. She graduated from the College of Charleston magna cum laude with a BA in Studio Art in 2011. During her time there, she was honored to receive the Goss-Duval Scholarship, Departmental Honors and the Tyzack Prize for her practice in studio art. She was a studio artist at the Redux Contemporary Art Center from 2011 to 2016, and spent much of that time working closely with Charleston organizations such as the Gibbes Museum of Art and the College of Charleston to promote printmaking in the area. She is currently a MFA Candidate for Studio Arts at the University at Buffalo, where she was awarded a full scholarship and teaching assistantship.
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