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Haecceity 2.7.4, Jeffrey Strayer Feb 2016

Haecceity 2.7.4, Jeffrey Strayer

Jeffrey Strayer

24 and ½" x 27 and ½"
Transparent positive film, paper, Plexiglas, hex bolts with washers, and cap screws mounted on Gatorfoam
German silver frame
2014


Haecceity 2.7.2, Jeffrey Strayer Feb 2016

Haecceity 2.7.2, Jeffrey Strayer

Jeffrey Strayer

anything that is not ( ) now but is something that is ( ) to have its particular identity in virtue of its being conceptually and/or causally related to ( ) now

32" x 40"
positive transparent film, paper, Plexiglas, and hardware mounted to ½" Gatorfoam
Silver frame
2014


Haecceity 2.7.2, Jeffrey Strayer Feb 2016

Haecceity 2.7.2, Jeffrey Strayer

Jeffrey Strayer

anything that is not ( ) now but is something that is ( ) to have its particular identity in virtue of its being conceptually and/or causally related to ( ) now

32" x 40"
positive transparent film, paper, Plexiglas, and hardware mounted to ½" Gatorfoam
Silver frame
2014


Haecceity 2.0.0, Jeffrey Strayer Feb 2016

Haecceity 2.0.0, Jeffrey Strayer

Jeffrey Strayer

30" x 32 1/4" Transparent positive film, paper, Plexiglas, hex bolts, washers, mounted on Gatorfoam with film cartridges Anodic black frame.


Haecceity 2.19.0, Jeffrey Strayer Feb 2016

Haecceity 2.19.0, Jeffrey Strayer

Jeffrey Strayer


25 and 1/8" x 28 and 1/2".
Transparent positive film, paper, Plexiglas, hex bolts, and washers mounted on Gatorfoam.
German silver frame.
2014


Haecceity 2.10.1, Jeffrey Strayer Feb 2016

Haecceity 2.10.1, Jeffrey Strayer

Jeffrey Strayer

41 and 13/16" x 50 and 11/16". Contact prints and paper mounted to Gatorfoam. German silver metal frame.


Haecceity 2.12.1, Jeffrey Strayer Feb 2016

Haecceity 2.12.1, Jeffrey Strayer

Jeffrey Strayer

48" x 62 ¾" positive transparent film, contact prints, paper, Plexiglas, and hardware mounted to ½” Gatorfoam. Silver frame.


Haecceity 2.14.0, Jeffrey Strayer Feb 2016

Haecceity 2.14.0, Jeffrey Strayer

Jeffrey Strayer

33 ½" x 40 ¾" Contact prints and paper mounted to Gatorfoam. Silver frame.


Haecceity 2.10.0, Jeffrey Strayer Feb 2016

Haecceity 2.10.0, Jeffrey Strayer

Jeffrey Strayer

48 x 72. Contact prints and paper mounted to Gatorfoam with film cartridges, Plexiglas, hexagonal bolts, washers. Black metal frame.


Haecceity 1.2.0, Jeffrey Strayer Feb 2016

Haecceity 1.2.0, Jeffrey Strayer

Jeffrey Strayer

24" x 26 and 1/4". Transparent print, hex bolts, washers, screws, contact prints, and paper mounted to Gatorfoam. German silver frame.


Haecceity 12.0.0, Jeffrey Strayer Feb 2016

Haecceity 12.0.0, Jeffrey Strayer

Jeffrey Strayer

20 and 1/4" x 22 and 7/16". Transparent print, screws, contact print, and paper mounted to Gatorfoam. Maple wood frame.


Haecceity 2.2.1, Jeffrey Strayer Feb 2016

Haecceity 2.2.1, Jeffrey Strayer

Jeffrey Strayer

30 13/16" x 33 1/4" Transparent positive film, paper, Plexiglas, hex bolts, washers, mounted on Gatorfoam with film cartridges Anodic black frame


Haecceity 11.1.1, Jeffrey Strayer Feb 2016

Haecceity 11.1.1, Jeffrey Strayer

Jeffrey Strayer

41 and ½" x 50 and ½ Contact prints and paper mounted to Gatorfoam German silver frame


Haecceity 1.0.0, Jeffrey Strayer Feb 2016

Haecceity 1.0.0, Jeffrey Strayer

Jeffrey Strayer

9 and 9/16" x 12 and 3/16" x 4 and 1/8" Loupes and contact print mounted on Gatorfoam Maple wood box frame


(Re)Discovering S(H)Elves: Selections From The Permanent Collection, Amy Bix, April Eisman, Nancy Gebhart, Christiana Langenberg, Sara Marcketti, Amy Popillion, Michèle A. Schaal, Jodi A. Sterle, Gloria Jones-Johnson Jan 2016

(Re)Discovering S(H)Elves: Selections From The Permanent Collection, Amy Bix, April Eisman, Nancy Gebhart, Christiana Langenberg, Sara Marcketti, Amy Popillion, Michèle A. Schaal, Jodi A. Sterle, Gloria Jones-Johnson

Michèle A. Schaal

How does society define identity? How do you? How do pieces of the identity puzzle such as gender, color, social class or spirituality influence our experiences? Through a diverse selection of artists and media, this exhibition from University Museums’ permanent collection explores some of the many ways in which identity can be empowered or marginalized, multidimensional or stereotyped. This installation image features Crazy Quilt (1881).


(Re)Discovering S(H)Elves: Selections From The Permanent Collection, Amy Bix, April Eisman, Nancy Gebhart, Christiana Langenberg, Sara Marcketti, Amy Popillion, Michèle A. Schaal, Jodi A. Sterle, Gloria Jones-Johnson Jan 2016

(Re)Discovering S(H)Elves: Selections From The Permanent Collection, Amy Bix, April Eisman, Nancy Gebhart, Christiana Langenberg, Sara Marcketti, Amy Popillion, Michèle A. Schaal, Jodi A. Sterle, Gloria Jones-Johnson

Michèle A. Schaal

How does society define identity? How do you? How do pieces of the identity puzzle such as gender, color, social class or spirituality influence our experiences? Through a diverse selection of artists and media, this exhibition from University Museums’ permanent collection explores some of the many ways in which identity can be empowered or marginalized, multidimensional or stereotyped. This installation image features Scale: Interior Central Section by Cheryl Goldsleger (1988) and DCW Chair by Charles Eames and Bernice Alexandra "Ray" Eames (1950-1969).


(Re)Discovering S(H)Elves: Selections From The Permanent Collection, Amy Bix, April Eisman, Nancy Gebhart, Christiana Langenberg, Sara Marcketti, Amy Popillion, Michèle A. Schaal, Jodi A. Sterle, Gloria Jones-Johnson Jan 2016

(Re)Discovering S(H)Elves: Selections From The Permanent Collection, Amy Bix, April Eisman, Nancy Gebhart, Christiana Langenberg, Sara Marcketti, Amy Popillion, Michèle A. Schaal, Jodi A. Sterle, Gloria Jones-Johnson

Michèle A. Schaal

How does society define identity? How do you? How do pieces of the identity puzzle such as gender, color, social class or spirituality influence our experiences? Through a diverse selection of artists and media, this exhibition from University Museums’ permanent collection explores some of the many ways in which identity can be empowered or marginalized, multidimensional or stereotyped. This installation image features Bowl by Mary Ann "Toots" Zynsky (1985).


(Re)Discovering S(H)Elves: Selections From The Permanent Collection, Amy Bix, April Eisman, Nancy Gebhart, Christiana Langenberg, Sara Marcketti, Amy Popillion, Michèle A. Schaal, Jodi A. Sterle, Gloria Jones-Johnson Jan 2016

(Re)Discovering S(H)Elves: Selections From The Permanent Collection, Amy Bix, April Eisman, Nancy Gebhart, Christiana Langenberg, Sara Marcketti, Amy Popillion, Michèle A. Schaal, Jodi A. Sterle, Gloria Jones-Johnson

Michèle A. Schaal

How does society define identity? How do you? How do pieces of the identity puzzle such as gender, color, social class or spirituality influence our experiences? Through a diverse selection of artists and media, this exhibition from University Museums’ permanent collection explores some of the many ways in which identity can be empowered or marginalized, multidimensional or stereotyped.


(Re)Discovering S(H)Elves: Selections From The Permanent Collection, Amy Bix, April Eisman, Nancy Gebhart, Christiana Langenberg, Sara Marcketti, Amy Popillion, Michèle A. Schaal, Jodi A. Sterle, Gloria Jones-Johnson Jan 2016

(Re)Discovering S(H)Elves: Selections From The Permanent Collection, Amy Bix, April Eisman, Nancy Gebhart, Christiana Langenberg, Sara Marcketti, Amy Popillion, Michèle A. Schaal, Jodi A. Sterle, Gloria Jones-Johnson

Michèle A. Schaal

How does society define identity? How do you? How do pieces of the identity puzzle such as gender, color, social class or spirituality influence our experiences? Through a diverse selection of artists and media, this exhibition from University Museums’ permanent collection explores some of the many ways in which identity can be empowered or marginalized, multidimensional or stereotyped. This installation image features The Nude Man Portfolio (1965).


(Re)Discovering S(H)Elves: Selections From The Permanent Collection, Amy Bix, April Eisman, Nancy Gebhart, Christiana Langenberg, Sara Marcketti, Amy Popillion, Michèle A. Schaal, Jodi A. Sterle, Gloria Jones-Johnson Jan 2016

(Re)Discovering S(H)Elves: Selections From The Permanent Collection, Amy Bix, April Eisman, Nancy Gebhart, Christiana Langenberg, Sara Marcketti, Amy Popillion, Michèle A. Schaal, Jodi A. Sterle, Gloria Jones-Johnson

Michèle A. Schaal

How does society define identity? How do you? How do pieces of the identity puzzle such as gender, color, social class or spirituality influence our experiences? Through a diverse selection of artists and media, this exhibition from University Museums’ permanent collection explores some of the many ways in which identity can be empowered or marginalized, multidimensional or stereotyped.


(Re)Discovering S(H)Elves: Selections From The Permanent Collection, Amy Bix, April Eisman, Nancy Gebhart, Christiana Langenberg, Sara Marcketti, Amy Popillion, Michèle A. Schaal, Jodi A. Sterle, Gloria Jones-Johnson Jan 2016

(Re)Discovering S(H)Elves: Selections From The Permanent Collection, Amy Bix, April Eisman, Nancy Gebhart, Christiana Langenberg, Sara Marcketti, Amy Popillion, Michèle A. Schaal, Jodi A. Sterle, Gloria Jones-Johnson

Michèle A. Schaal

How does society define identity? How do you? How do pieces of the identity puzzle such as gender, color, social class or spirituality influence our experiences? Through a diverse selection of artists and media, this exhibition from University Museums’ permanent collection explores some of the many ways in which identity can be empowered or marginalized, multidimensional or stereotyped. This installation image features 21 Iris by Mary Kline-Misol (2000), Mauette of Jamus Agri Altar by Beverly Pepper (1986) and Daffodil Lamp by Tiffany & Company.


(Re)Discovering S(H)Elves: Selections From The Permanent Collection, Amy Bix, April Eisman, Nancy Gebhart, Christiana Langenberg, Sara Marcketti, Amy Popillion, Michèle A. Schaal, Jodi A. Sterle, Gloria Jones-Johnson Jan 2016

(Re)Discovering S(H)Elves: Selections From The Permanent Collection, Amy Bix, April Eisman, Nancy Gebhart, Christiana Langenberg, Sara Marcketti, Amy Popillion, Michèle A. Schaal, Jodi A. Sterle, Gloria Jones-Johnson

Michèle A. Schaal

How does society define identity? How do you? How do pieces of the identity puzzle such as gender, color, social class or spirituality influence our experiences? Through a diverse selection of artists and media, this exhibition from University Museums’ permanent collection explores some of the many ways in which identity can be empowered or marginalized, multidimensional or stereotyped. This installation image features Sisters by Hung Liu (2000) and Pear by Flora C. Mace and Joey Kirkpatrick (1992).


(Re)Discovering S(H)Elves: Selections From The Permanent Collection, Amy Bix, April Eisman, Nancy Gebhart, Christiana Langenberg, Sara Marcketti, Amy Popillion, Michèle A. Schaal, Jodi A. Sterle, Gloria Jones-Johnson Jan 2016

(Re)Discovering S(H)Elves: Selections From The Permanent Collection, Amy Bix, April Eisman, Nancy Gebhart, Christiana Langenberg, Sara Marcketti, Amy Popillion, Michèle A. Schaal, Jodi A. Sterle, Gloria Jones-Johnson

Michèle A. Schaal

How does society define identity? How do you? How do pieces of the identity puzzle such as gender, color, social class or spirituality influence our experiences? Through a diverse selection of artists and media, this exhibition from University Museums’ permanent collection explores some of the many ways in which identity can be empowered or marginalized, multidimensional or stereotyped.


(Re)Discovering S(H)Elves: Selections From The Permanent Collection, Amy Bix, April Eisman, Nancy Gebhart, Christiana Langenberg, Sara Marcketti, Amy Popillion, Michèle A. Schaal, Jodi A. Sterle, Gloria Jones-Johnson Jan 2016

(Re)Discovering S(H)Elves: Selections From The Permanent Collection, Amy Bix, April Eisman, Nancy Gebhart, Christiana Langenberg, Sara Marcketti, Amy Popillion, Michèle A. Schaal, Jodi A. Sterle, Gloria Jones-Johnson

Michèle A. Schaal

How does society define identity? How do you? How do pieces of the identity puzzle such as gender, color, social class or spirituality influence our experiences? Through a diverse selection of artists and media, this exhibition from University Museums’ permanent collection explores some of the many ways in which identity can be empowered or marginalized, multidimensional or stereotyped.


(Re)Discovering S(H)Elves: Selections From The Permanent Collection, Amy Bix, April Eisman, Nancy Gebhart, Christiana Langenberg, Sara Marcketti, Amy Popillion, Michèle A. Schaal, Jodi A. Sterle, Gloria Jones-Johnson Jan 2016

(Re)Discovering S(H)Elves: Selections From The Permanent Collection, Amy Bix, April Eisman, Nancy Gebhart, Christiana Langenberg, Sara Marcketti, Amy Popillion, Michèle A. Schaal, Jodi A. Sterle, Gloria Jones-Johnson

Michèle A. Schaal

How does society define identity? How do you? How do pieces of the identity puzzle such as gender, color, social class or spirituality influence our experiences? Through a diverse selection of artists and media, this exhibition from University Museums’ permanent collection explores some of the many ways in which identity can be empowered or marginalized, multidimensional or stereotyped.


(Re)Discovering S(H)Elves: Selections From The Permanent Collection, Amy Bix, April Eisman, Nancy Gebhart, Christiana Langenberg, Sara Marcketti, Amy Popillion, Michèle A. Schaal, Jodi A. Sterle, Gloria Jones-Johnson Jan 2016

(Re)Discovering S(H)Elves: Selections From The Permanent Collection, Amy Bix, April Eisman, Nancy Gebhart, Christiana Langenberg, Sara Marcketti, Amy Popillion, Michèle A. Schaal, Jodi A. Sterle, Gloria Jones-Johnson

Michèle A. Schaal

How does society define identity? How do you? How do pieces of the identity puzzle such as gender, color, social class or spirituality influence our experiences? Through a diverse selection of artists and media, this exhibition from University Museums’ permanent collection explores some of the many ways in which identity can be empowered or marginalized, multidimensional or stereotyped.


(Re)Discovering S(H)Elves: Selections From The Permanent Collection, Amy Bix, April Eisman, Nancy Gebhart, Christiana Langenberg, Sara Marcketti, Amy Popillion, Michèle A. Schaal, Jodi A. Sterle, Gloria Jones-Johnson Jan 2016

(Re)Discovering S(H)Elves: Selections From The Permanent Collection, Amy Bix, April Eisman, Nancy Gebhart, Christiana Langenberg, Sara Marcketti, Amy Popillion, Michèle A. Schaal, Jodi A. Sterle, Gloria Jones-Johnson

Michèle A. Schaal

How does society define identity? How do you? How do pieces of the identity puzzle such as gender, color, social class or spirituality influence our experiences? Through a diverse selection of artists and media, this exhibition from University Museums’ permanent collection explores some of the many ways in which identity can be empowered or marginalized, multidimensional or stereotyped. This panoramic image displays the southern portion of the gallery.


(Re)Discovering S(H)Elves: Selections From The Permanent Collection, Amy Bix, April Eisman, Nancy Gebhart, Christiana Langenberg, Sara Marcketti, Amy Popillion, Michèle A. Schaal, Jodi A. Sterle, Gloria Jones-Johnson Jan 2016

(Re)Discovering S(H)Elves: Selections From The Permanent Collection, Amy Bix, April Eisman, Nancy Gebhart, Christiana Langenberg, Sara Marcketti, Amy Popillion, Michèle A. Schaal, Jodi A. Sterle, Gloria Jones-Johnson

Michèle A. Schaal

How does society define identity? How do you? How do pieces of the identity puzzle such as gender, color, social class or spirituality influence our experiences? Through a diverse selection of artists and media, this exhibition from University Museums’ permanent collection explores some of the many ways in which identity can be empowered or marginalized, multidimensional or stereotyped.


(Re)Discovering S(H)Elves: Selections From The Permanent Collection, Amy Bix, April Eisman, Nancy Gebhart, Christiana Langenberg, Sara Marcketti, Amy Popillion, Michèle A. Schaal, Jodi A. Sterle, Gloria Jones-Johnson Jan 2016

(Re)Discovering S(H)Elves: Selections From The Permanent Collection, Amy Bix, April Eisman, Nancy Gebhart, Christiana Langenberg, Sara Marcketti, Amy Popillion, Michèle A. Schaal, Jodi A. Sterle, Gloria Jones-Johnson

Michèle A. Schaal

How does society define identity? How do you? How do pieces of the identity puzzle such as gender, color, social class or spirituality influence our experiences? Through a diverse selection of artists and media, this exhibition from University Museums’ permanent collection explores some of the many ways in which identity can be empowered or marginalized, multidimensional or stereotyped.


(Re)Discovering S(H)Elves: Selections From The Permanent Collection, Amy Bix, April Eisman, Nancy Gebhart, Christiana Langenberg, Sara B. Marcketti, Amy Popillion, Michèle A. Schaal, Jodi A. Sterle, Gloria Jones-Johnson Jan 2016

(Re)Discovering S(H)Elves: Selections From The Permanent Collection, Amy Bix, April Eisman, Nancy Gebhart, Christiana Langenberg, Sara B. Marcketti, Amy Popillion, Michèle A. Schaal, Jodi A. Sterle, Gloria Jones-Johnson

Michèle A. Schaal

How does society define identity? How do you? How do pieces of the identity puzzle such as gender, color, social class or spirituality influence our experiences? Through a diverse selection of artists and media, this exhibition from University Museums’ permanent collection explores some of the many ways in which identity can be empowered or marginalized, multidimensional or stereotyped. This installation view features a description of the exhibit and the etching and aquatint, Mirror (1961).