Lisa Turner exhibition "Bodily Impressions" shown at Furman, Tennessee Tech

abstract screen print with organic pastel shapes overlaid with x-rayed plastic trash

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by College of Fine and Performing Arts Staff

Associate Professor of Printmaking Lisa Turner opened two solo exhibitions early in 2024. Her exhibition "Bodily Impressions” ran through January 26 at the Thompson Gallery of Furman University. The exhibition is now open through February at Tennessee Tech in the Joan Derryberry Art Gallery.

"Bodily Impressions” features several series of print-based works by Turner and addresses concerns related to the social and environmental implications of consumer culture. Turner’s work combines language, medical sciences and history to make humorous and pointed statements about the interconnectedness of our bodies with the consumer goods that come to comprise us.

Lisa Turner is a member of the Studio Art faculty in Western Washington University's Department of Art and Art History.

Artwork shown: "Future Memory #3", Screenprint, 15"x11"


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Feb 21, 2024 12:12pm