Sponsored by James R. and Suzette M. Smith.
Lynn Dau is a San Jose-based sculptor whose work investigates themes related to personal identity, gender roles, labor, parenting, and consumerism. She repurposes everyday objects related to the domestic sphere such as flatware, sinks, or cooking pots, hinting at a narrative that is both humorous and deeply provocatory. Found objects are often cast to create countless bronze or concrete replicas, which appear to be in motion, to create a sense of the neverending chaos of daily life.
Artist Talk: Saturday, Jan. 11, 1-2 PM (FREE)
This exhibit is part of the Pence Gallery Emerging Artist Award, which is given to an artist early in their career, who uses the award to further their work in a significant way. The Emerging Artist Award is an annual competition underwritten by James R. and Suzette M. Smith.
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