|Student Sculpture Is On Exhibit at FedEx Institute Through Dec. 15
For release: Dec. 2, 2005
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An exhibition of works by seven sculpture students from the University of Memphis is on display in the FedEx Institute of Technology lobby through Dec. 15. An opening reception will be held Dec. 7 at 4:30 p.m. The event is free and open to the public.
Artists selected for "The Second Greatest Invention" created works that are mobile and are about mobility. The featured works include Katie Kindelan's "Screen," Jamin Carter's "imaging machine," Manny Karkowsky's "Concept Car 1919: Rocket Car in the Making," Michelle Wilson's "My Constant Baggage," Jeff Mickey's Hurricane Katrina piece, "Shopping," Michel Connie Candebat's "The Printing Hat," and Rebekah Laurenzi's floating office cubicle.
The works were chosen by Marina Pacini, chief curator of the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art.
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