Now on View: Call + Response Post date September 9, 2014 In Call & Response 2014, Call + Response, gallery The Call + Response exhibit features collaborations between writers and visual artists of George Mason University. Still from “2nd Trimester Project,” by Sarah Irvin, with poem by Jessica Kallista, “Diagrams Illustrating Her Simple Machines”. Still from “2nd Trimester Project,” by Sarah Irvin. “Arachne,” poem by Erika Kielsgard, hand-stamped into leather by the poet. An image from “for your sake”, artists book by Anne Smith, in response to Erika Kielsgard’s “Arachne”. “Somewhere between Darkness and Dusk”, work by Nikki Brugnoli, on left, and partner Josh Whipkey, on the right. A detail of the artists book “Aleatory II: Aviary”, with text by Marcos L. Martínez and drawings by Ariel Rudolph Harwick. A detail of the artists book “Aleatory II: Aviary”, with text by Marcos L. Martínez and drawings by Ariel Rudolph Harwick. “Her Season (Takk)”, by poet Benjamin Brezner and printmaker Sarah Zuckerman. “River of Lanterns”, sculptural book by Alice Quatrochi and poem by Qinglan “Q” Wang. Two works on view in the show. Detail of “Bethel in the Green Mountains”, by poet Sean Pears and bookmaker Marianne Epstein. A poem by Sarah Winn runs along the bottom edge of a long, digital photograph on silk by Rahshia Sawyer. “Mile 53”, an excerpt from Maile Field’s upcoming book and a hand-colored etching, “You Can’t Take It With You”, by Meaghan Busch. Detail of Meaghan Busch’s etching, “You Can’t Take It With You.” Painter Nathan Loda and poet Jen Coleman collaborated to create “Voyager.” Click on thumbnails to see individual works. For information about the exhibit, see the description here. Call + Response Installation This afternoon at Fenwick Library… 1 Comment Add Yours […] put into pairs, with one as “caller” and the other as “responder.” Come and see the work each pair produced out of their collaboration, ranging in medium from poetry to painting, artists […] Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyComment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.