Adjunct faculty member Jennifer Danos has a show at Bethel University's Johnson Gallery titled Arcitectronic Obtrusion 3. The show opened on February 8 and will continue through March 25. Danos also gave a talk on the exhibition on February 8 at Bethel.
"Inspired by a recent trip to Italy, Danos experiments with the tradition of trompe-l'œil used in the floor patterns of Italian palazzi. Danos visually transforms the gallery in such a way that gently disrupts one's prior understanding of the space both visually and conceptually, causing the viewer, and even the casual passerby, to reconsider the space and how they move through it." (Adam Johnson, PhD)