Norwegian Artist to Discuss
Evolution of Her Work Oct. 13
Windsor, N.J. -- Norwegian-born artist Hanneline Røgeberg will
present a talk entitled "Categorical Impatience: The Work
of Hanneline Røgeberg" on Tuesday, Oct. 13 at 12 noon.
This slide show lecture focuses on the possibilities and limitations
of figuration in her work. It is presented free and open to the public
as part of the college's Distinguished Lecture Series and will take
place on the West
Windsor campus in the Communications Building, Room 109, 1200
Old Trenton Road.
Working mostly in the medium of painting, Røgeberg explores
both visual and tactile qualities as a profound and meaningful form
of communication. She has exhibited nationally and internationally
with one-person shows at the Contemporary Art Center, Cincinnati;
the Vancouver Art Museum; and Henie-Onstad Kunst Senter in Oslo, Norway.
Her work has also been included in group shows at such places at MIT's
List Visual Arts Center, the Whitney Museum, the Aldrich Museum and
the National Academy of Arts and Letters.
earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts at the San Francisco Art Institute and
a Master of Fine Arts at Yale. She was the recipient of a WESTAF-NEA Fellowship
in 1996, a Guggenheim Fellowship in 1999 and an "Anonymous Was a
Woman" grant in 2003. She is currently an associate professor of
art at the Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University and previously
taught at the University of Washington, Cooper Union and Yale University.
This past summer, she was a visiting artist at the Skowhegan School of
Painting & Sculpture.
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