in·ter·sect/ˌintərˈsekt/

Includes pre-, live and post-opening components that explore intimacy and emotional memory expressed through electronic and physical aspects of modern interpersonal relationships.
Herron Galleries offer a breath of fresh air at the intersection of live performance, video, sound and sculpture The end of March at Herron will offer a breath of fresh air in the Basile Gallery through in·ter·sect /ˌintərˈsekt/, an exhibition opening March 28 that encompasses live performance, video, sound and sculpture. Visiting artist Daniel Cosentino, who is currently exhibits internationally from his homes in Kosovo and New York, draws upon philosophy to make artworks that accentuate the double meanings introduced by these media. His work includes references to antiquity and historic iconography. He’ll be joined by special guests from Herron’s Advanced Digital photography class, under the direction of Herron Professor Stefan Petranek. in·ter·sect/ˌintərˈsekt/ will include pre-, live and post-opening components that explore intimacy and emotional memory expressed through electronic and physical aspects of modern interpersonal relationships. The exhibition runs through April 17.
Date + Time: 
Saturday, March 29, 2014 - 00:00 to Thursday, April 17, 2014 - 01:00
Herron School of Art and Design
Frank & Katrina Basile Gallery
Artist List: 
Daniel Cosentino (Kosovo/New York)
Stefan Petranek (Indianapolis) - www.stefanpetranek.com
Agnes Nokshiqi (Kosovo)
special guests from Herron’s Advanced Digital photography class: Brit Alamillo, Cheyenne Beaman, Seong-Yong Cho, Alli Gutierrez, Troy Holleman, Stephanie Hunter, Alexandra Johnson, Jon Love, John Collins McCormick, Andi Merrill, Ali Morley, Abby Pennycuff, Christina Ramos, Samantha Stoops, Ashley White