Skip navigation.
New Mexico State University

Current Exhibition

rematerialized

9 November 2012- 11 January 2013

rematerialized includes a group of eight contemporary artists from the U.S. and Canada whose work focuses on the use of objects, performances and spaces, recycled, reapplied, recast, recombined and re-contextualized from our everyday material world. 

The exhibition opens with a public reception from 5-7pm, Friday, Nov. 9, at the NMSU University Art Gallery and runs through January 11, 2013.

  • NMSU Newscenter

    Tonya Suther of University Communications wrote this wonderful article about our current exhibition.

Image of Io Palmer's work
Io Palmer's "Leisure Labor (Spill)," 2012, vintage steel janitorial cart, bobby pins, paint, metal hangers
Image of Angela Ellsworth's work
Angela Ellsworth's "Linda" and "Eliza," 2006-11, cotton tea towels with black yarn
Image of J Casey Doyle's work
J. Casey Doyle's "I Am (Curled)," 2011, polypropylene crimped ribbin
Image of Kuh del Rosario's work
Kuh Del Rosario and Frances Mckenzie's "Honey on My Laptop" video (2012)
Image of Elizabeth Morisette's work
Elizabeth Morisette's "Maze," 2011, zippers and thread
Image of Heidi Schwegler's work
Heidi Schwegler's "Augenblick," from The Known World series, c. 2012, road cone
Image of Paho Mann's work
Paho Mann's "Junk Drawer, Phoenix AZ," 2005, archival inkjet print