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Sequencing through Time and Place, an experimental three-part exhibition by artist Wendy Bredehoft, photographer Susan Moldenhauer, and dancer Margaret Wilson examines three locations through their respective mediums of mixed media, photography and movement. Each part will be on view for one day at Gallery 211, 211 1st St., Laramie.
For more than three years, Bredehoft, Moldenhauer and Wilson have investigated landscape and place through their respective mediums while considering the intersections between intent, meaning and creative process. How does a dancer interpret or respond to the same landscape as a painter or photographer? How do artists mediums to respond simultaneously to each other's work? Can dance movement, still photography, and studio art come together in a seamless consideration of place and creative process in a public forum?
The artists have traveled together to three different locations, Ucross Foundation in northeastern Wyoming, London, and Fort Laramie Historic Site, to experience their surroundings and pursue their work together. The show will be shown in three stages based on the works inspired by each location. The works created while in residency at the Ucross Foundation will be on view Wednesday, June 22, the works inspired by the urban landscape of London will be on view Saturday, June 25, and the final works created on site at Fort Laramie Historic Site in eastern Wyoming will be on view Wednesday, June 29.
Moldenhauer (photographer) is the director and chief curator of the University of Wyoming Art Museum. Bredehoft (mixed media, pencil, charcoal, pastel, watercolor and Strappo) is the curator of education at the University of Wyoming Art Museum. Wilson (choreography and dance) is an associate professor of dance at the University of Wyoming and initiated the vertical dance program.
Information Courtesy of the UW Art Museum