“GROWING SIDEWAYS: SCHOOL DAYS”: Works by Catalina Schliebener will be on view September 7 through December 9 at the Anne Reid ’72 Gallery at Princeton Day School. A public reception is planned for September 15 from 5 to 7 p.m.
A new exhibit, “Growing Sideways: School Days,” featuring work by Catalina Schliebener, opens at Princeton Day School on September 7, with a planned public reception at the Anne Reid ’72 Gallery on Thursday, September 15 from 5 to 7 p.m. The exhibit will be on view through December 9.
Schliebener is a Chilean-born, Brooklyn-based artist who works in varying formats that include collage, large-scale mural, and multi-media installation. The artist begins their creative process by carefully extracting imagery from cartoons, coloring books, etiquette and craft guides, and other found sources. They assemble playful and fluid strands of collage that journey along lengths of gallery wall, interacting with hand-drawn graphite lines and enlarged vinyl forms. Specific objects that have been altered or adjusted in curious and alluring ways rest in various places around the gallery – drawing elements from the walls into the third dimension.