Now You Don't
An interactive installation of painting, sculpture, printmaking, photography and video, featuring an augmented reality work. The exhibit explores the intersection of cultural attitudes towards women and the environment through the lens of shedding, uncovering, revealing, transformation, and rejuvenation. Parallels between the two are drawn through a filter of the passage of time.
About the Artists
A multidisciplinary artist, Suzan Globus focuses on creating a new way of seeing overlooked environmental and cultural issues, specifically gender equality and the fraying relationship between humankind and the environment. She uses discarded materials as both support and paint in her two- and three-dimensional work. Her images highlight the commonality between humans and nature. Globus credits her formative years spent in Japan as the strongest influence on her work. She has exhibited work in museums and universities in New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania and in juried. Her art is in private collections across the country. She has been awarded residencies at Chautauqua School of Art, NY, and Mana Contemporary, Jersey City, NJ.
An interactive media artist, Amanda Stojanov investigates how innovations in communication technologies affect perceptions of identity, agency, and visibility, emphasizing concepts of embodiment and the “historically constituted body” within a networked-society. Her work has been shown nationally and internationally in the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, Ars Electronica, Linz, and the New Museum and featured in publications like Artillery magazine, The New York Times, and The Associated Press. She earned her MFA from UCLA and serves as an assistant professor of digital media at Monmouth University.