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David Platter in The Connie A. Eastburn Gallery

August 10, 2023-12:00 am - November 10, 2023-11:59 pm

Bio

David has been teaching art for over a decade and has maintained his studio practice as a commission artist working as a muralist, bronze sculptor, metal fabricator, mold maker, and freelance designer in the industrial arts for over 20 years. David resides in Orange City, Iowa where he enjoys raising his four children with his wife, Jennifer. David is Associate Professor of Art and Design at Dordt University, and further serves as Gallery Director & Curator of Dordt’s Permanent Collection.

Platter has an extensive national and international exhibit record that includes exhibiting work at Grounds for Sculpture in Hamilton, NJ, Art St Urban and Art Basel in Switzerland, the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art in Kansas City, and the Missoula Museum of Art in Missoula, MT.          

His work is represented in over 40 public and private collections. Notable Public Works include the “Embracing Heart” at Knox Presbyterian in Overland Park, KS, “Holding On”, the William Inge Memorial in Independence, KS, and “Smoke Cloud” in St. Urban, Switzerland. Performance and installation works include many locations around the United States and several International locations including, Versailles, France; Trasadingen, Switzerland and Silwan, Israel.

 

Statement

This project explores ways that photography and modern image reproduction techniques capture fleeting moments of unintended glitching digital television broadcasting. Rather than allow a glitching screen and poor digital television broadcast to be viewed as an undesirable obstruction to one’s leisurely entertainment, the digital capture project reframes this occurrence as an opportunity for imaginative expansion building upon the tradition of abstraction. Here, these same moments of interruption carry potential for contemplation, joy, and long-form satisfaction.

Parallels between one’s own capacity for memory and imagination are brought into focus. What can these explorations of glitching digital screens reveal about the power of the human mind to complete a disjointed image set before it? Memory and imagination are engaged as we allow our mind to move through the glossy surfaced, multi layered compositions. un-interrupted bridges the physical and digital to reconsider ways that contemporary illusions are features of time and space, holding our whole beings captivated.



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Start:
August 10, 2023-12:00 am
End:
November 10, 2023-11:59 pm