November 16 - December 19 , 2013
Location: East Gallery
Michael works primarily in the tradition of the 19th century sailor’s art of scrimshaw and the soldier’s folk art style of trench art in order to explore the legacy of the industrial revolution and its effects on society. By working with the techniques and iconography of these eras, his work explores the contemporary disruptions inherent in the rapid and immense changes that are the hallmarks of our time.
Gallery Hours: Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Admission is free.
Michael Dinges, Lifeboat: The Wreck of the
Invisible Hand, 2011