Hovering between utopian promises and dystopian fears, Technology, as science’s omnipresent courtesan, personifies doom and gloom as it simultaneously slips into dreams of imaginative supernatural powers. All in all, such fantasies, at once projections of foreboding disquietude and buoyant assumptions, are the escorts of creative impulses of innovation and discovery. This catalogue is a visual portrayal of how an artist’s ephemeral hunch pirouettes into concrete results; how technological prowess partners with long-established art practices by transforming matter and the matter-of-fact. The Greening of the Galaxy by Suzanne Anker (AP Faculty and BFA FA Chair) was recently published by Deborah Colton Gallery. 

Hovering between utopian promises and dystopian fears, Technology, as science’s omnipresent courtesan, personifies doom and gloom as it simultaneously slips into dreams of imaginative supernatural powers. All in all, such fantasies, at once projections of foreboding disquietude and buoyant assumptions, are the escorts of creative impulses of innovation and discovery. This catalogue is a visual portrayal of how an artist’s ephemeral hunch pirouettes into concrete results; how technological prowess partners with long-established art practices by transforming matter and the matter-of-fact.

The Greening of the Galaxy by Suzanne Anker (AP Faculty and BFA FA Chair) was recently published by Deborah Colton Gallery