Visiting Artist Lecture Series
UC Davis Department of Art and Art History, Art Studio Program is pleased to announce the fourth artist of our Visiting Artist Lecture Series: Eileen Quinlan
Eileen Quinlan’s forays into abstract photography are grounded in feminist history and material culture. Quinlan uses medium and large format analog cameras to create abstract photographs, and then agitates the film via steel wool or long chemical processing. Some of her photographic subjects include smoke, mirrors, mylar, colored lights, and other photographs among other. The result is photographic images that are reminiscent of color field painting and op art thus furthering the contemporary conversation between photography and painting. She received her MFA from Columbia University.
February 18, 2016 in the Art Annex, Room 107 at 4:30
Free and open to the public