Parsons Alumni Lauren Pascarella at (in)tangibility – A Study of the MDC Galleries at the Museum of Art + Design at the Freedom Towers.

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remote1/23/2014 – 3/8/2014

swing/SPACE/miami: (in)tangibility | Lauren Pascarella
MDC Museum of Art + Design
600 Biscayne Blvd. – Miami, FL

(in)tangibility from New York-based artist Lauren Pascarella is the third in
a series of five exhibitions presented by the MDC Museum of Art + Design
and its alumni exhibition series, swing/SPACE/miami. In (in)tangibility, the
artist’ s objective is to present, through photography, every object within the
gallery including the environment itself as surface. The exhibition includes a
site specific multi-media installation flares, a collaborative project with fellow
Brooklyn-based artist and NWSA alumnus Giselle Zatonyl.

Lauren Pascarella (b. Hollywood, Fla.) received her Master of Fine Arts
in photography from Parsons The New School for Design in 2009 and her
Bachelor of Fine Arts in photography from New World School of the Arts in
2007. Her work has been exhibited in group shows in including States of Flux
in 2010 at Aperture in New York City. She is currently working in interdisciplinary
genres, including new media and digital photographic installations.
Pascarella lives and works in Brooklyn, N.Y.

swing/SPACE/miami is MDC Museum of Art + Design’s focused exhibition
series featuring the work of distinguished Miami Dade College and New
World School of the Arts alumni. The ongoing exhibition series presents five
solo or group exhibitions per year, providing a platform to re-engage former
alumni and foster opportunities with the community of young and emerging
artists throughout South Florida.

Presented in partnership with “I AM MDC” and the Miami Dade College Alumni Office.

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