MFA show Temporal Impermanence features work of USD printmaker and sculptor
A closing exhibition for the artists is from 5 to 7 p.m. on Friday, April 28 at the John A. Day Gallery in the Warren M. Lee Center for Fine Arts.
Wallace, who received his undergraduate degree from Utah Valley University in Orem, Utah, has focused his prints upon the modern ruins and intimate decay of Detroit, Mich. Serving as documentation, the artwork provides a personal reflection upon the spirit of place, providing links to public consciousness by addressing environmental and societal issues of urban decay.
Dahlseid will graduate this spring after three years of studying sculpture at USD. In his work, Dahlseid explores cycles of life and death in nature. Using found wood, steel, thread, and an array of other materials, he contrasts the temporality of natural objects with the permanence of manmade materials and the relationships they share. Before attending USD, Dahlseid received his undergraduate degree from Wayne State College in Wayne, Neb.
“Temporal Impermanence” is open to the public from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday at the Day Gallery. For more information, please contact gallery director Alison Erazmus at Alison.Erazmus@usd.edu, or (605) 677-3177.
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