Windsor, N.J. -- Lucas Kelly, MCCC assistant professor of
Fine Arts, is featured in a new exhibit, "Perfect Citizen,"
to be presented by the Arts Council of Princeton from May
7 - June 25. Kelly will exhibit four watercolors and a site
specific installation called "Unlimited Time Offer."
to Kelly, other featured artists include Paul Coors, Andrew
Demirjian, Tim Eads, Aron Johnston, Debbie Reichard, Erin
M. Riley, Yumi Janairo Roth, Chris Vorhees, and Andrew R.
is free and can be viewed at the Paul Robeson Center, 102
Witherspoon Street, Princeton. The opening reception will
be held on Saturday, May 7, 4-6 p.m. A free artist talk and
butter churning event with Tim Eads will take place on Monday,
May 23, 5-7 p.m.
to a press release from the Arts Council, "The exhibit
positions the artist as an observer, subversive and trickster
with a practiced ability to access and act on intuition. The
well-crafted, visually minimal object will predominate the
show, which will include sculpture, tapestry, and work on
paper and video."
In a biographical
portrait, Kelly is described as a minimalist who has been
influenced by the punk rock and other hardcore music of his
youth. Referencing his interest in Minimalism of the 60's,
the biography continues: "He likes the idea of taking
their aesthetic and infusing it with a personal narrative."
Lucas Kelly's work can be found on his website.
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