NEVER HAD NO ONE EVER
August 7th-October 27th, 2015
The art of collage ennobles the common human experience of discovery through loss. By cutting up and reassembling, new worlds come into being; identities are reestablished or shown to be unjustly owned, used or exploited. This collection of art from collage artists in Vermont, Quebec and New Brunswick explores collage as a medium uniquely fitted to our experience of modern life and the strategies we use or abuse in reassembling our own.
Joseph Pensak and Shavon Kenney, Co-curators
Carl David Ruttan
W. David Powell