Roadside: An exhibition by Lauren Greenwald
The USC School of Visual Art and Design hosts Roadside, an exhibition by Lauren Greenwald, on view October 29th – December 10th in McMaster Gallery. Roadside includes work Greenwald developed from her month-long solo road trip of more than 7,000 miles exploring the blue highways of the United States. Using a range of tools from pinhole cameras to digital video, she photographed scenic vistas, tourist spots, and miles of empty landscape from the roadside. By employing the still and the moving image, Greenwald records, documents, and re-explores the ephemeral quality of moving through a landscape, and examines issues of space, time, perception, and memory. An Opening Reception will be held on Thursday, October 29th from 5pm to 7pm, with a gallery talk by Lauren Greenwald at 6pm.