dis-PLACED: Gentle Disquiet at the Evanston Art Center
February 22, 2020–April 30, 2020
dis-PLACED: Gentle Disquiet is a suite of textile prints that refers to the larger implications of global issues and the universality of the human condition. The imagery points to the smaller, more intimate challenges faced by individuals. Influenced by the current refugee crisis, this series adds elements of nature to create an obscure world of beauty as well as a gentle disquiet, while the large scale motions to physicality and invites study of the folds and crevices at close quarters. Taking printmaking to new outcomes on fabric, Tracy Templeton encourages interplay between two- and three-dimensionality. Evanston’s expansive spaces allow for a free-flowing installation using the scale of the pieces to intercept the viewer’s experience. Hung like heavy drapes, the works gather and fall to the floor at times, connecting with the viewer’s physical space.
The Evanston Art Center is dedicated to fostering the appreciation and expression of the arts among diverse audiences by offering extensive and innovative exhibitions, interactive arts activities, and community outreach. For nearly a century, the Evanston Art Center has maintained a high artistic standard of programming and continues to innovate. One of the largest arts organizations in the state of Illinois, it is a hub of artistic endeavors, passionate advocate for the arts, and valuable partner for arts initiatives.
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