(Re)discovering S(h)elves: Selections from the Permanent Collection

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2015-01-01
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Gebhart, Nancy
Langenberg, Christiana
Marcketti, Sara
Schaal, Michèle
Sterle, Jodi
Jones-Johnson, Gloria
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How does society define identity? How do you? How do pieces of the identity puzzle such as gender, color, social class or spirituality influence our experiences? Through a diverse selection of artists and media, this exhibition from University Museums’ permanent collection explores some of the many ways in which identity can be empowered or marginalized, multidimensional or stereotyped.

This installation image features 21 Iris by Mary Kline-Misol (2000), Mauette of Jamus Agri Altar by Beverly Pepper (1986) and Daffodil Lamp by Tiffany & Company.

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This is an installation image from University Museums' exhibit, (Re)discovering S(h)elves: Selections from the Permanent Collection (2015). Posted with permission.

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