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Marnie Weber, Unreal Paradise: Collage Works from 1992-2022

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Light of the Swan, 2016
The Trinity University Department of Art and Art History is pleased to present "Marnie Weber, Unreal Paradise: Collage Works from 1992-2022" as part of the Stieren Arts Enrichment Series. Marnie Weber is a multidisciplinary artist whose practice encompasses performance, film, video, sculpture, collage, music, and costuming. This survey exhibition of collage work spans 30 years and features Weber’s resplendent, uncanny worlds that conflate the imagined and the sentimental. Exhibition on view February 17–March 26, 2022. Opening Reception: February 17, 7–9pm, Michael and Noémi Neidorff Art Gallery, Dicke Art Building. Artist Lecture: February 17, 6–7pm, Jane and Arthur Stieren Theater, Stieren Theater Building.

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