New Zealand’s Waikato Museum is currently featuring a photographic installation by the University of La Verne’s own, Chuck Feesago in its recent exhibit, “The Intraspace Project.”
Feesago, adjunct faculty and art department manager, contributed “A Sense of Place,” a photographic work that features an exchange of brick walls from his art studio in L.A. and the Waikato Museum.
“By bringing the remoteness of Los Angeles to Hamilton and vice versa” Feesago achieved his goal of uniting the two locations by capturing the “proximity of time and space” without spatial or geographical restrictions. The Waikato Museum is located in Hamilton, New Zealand.
The piece is currently featured on the front page of “The Intraspace Project” website and can be found in a stairwell leading up to Gallery 11 of the museum.
“The Intraspace Project,” is Waikato Museum’s latest non-gallery space initiative that utilizes elements of its building as installation sites for art, rather than using a traditional gallery setting.
For information of this exhibit featuring Feesago’s art, visit The Intraspace Project website.
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