Taryn McMahon Solo Exhibition at Furman University | Kent State University

Taryn McMahon Solo Exhibition at Furman University

Taryn McMahon, Assistant Professor in Print Media, will be having a solo exhibition called Vanishing Points at the Thompson Gallery on the Furman University campus in South Carolina. The exhibition will be on view January 15 - February 15, 2018. The exhibition includes an installation of eight large-scale printed banners created specifically for Thompson Gallery. Twelve additional works on paper will also be on view.

In a statement, McMahon says:

Vanishing Points is an exhibition of recent work that investigates our relationship to the natural world through print media and installation. I use images from botanical gardens to investigate ways these spaces project our own desires and fantasies of the natural world and our place within it. I blend digital and hand drawn print processes to further explore how our interactions with the natural world are mediated through technology, and are thus fragmented and selective. Through my work, I imagine a future ecology in which technology and reality are collapsed into each other and the natural and the man-made have become intertwined and indistinguishable in the face of unprecedented ecological change.

Taryn McMahon, Wall, monoprint, 2017