Artist Dana Blickensderfer joins local artists in a group show debuting her multi-sensory installation, “The Madonna,” at Broward College and the University of South Florida.
Dana Blickensderfer began her artistic career while working and living in New York City. She is also the founder of Provoke Art and the co-founder of iBoss Advertising. She is a USF alumna and studied drawing and painting at the New York Studio School [NYSS] in 2015-2016. In recent years, she opened the base of her artistic studio in St Petersburg (FL), where she continues to develop works today.
Blickensderfer’s current art installation for the group show brings her concerns for womanhood, intersectional feminism, and women in business to light.
In her new multi-sensory art installation, she symbolizes her intimate connection to her femininity through the use of form and lighting. Her symbolic reference of the heart offers a deeper understanding of what contemporary society feels towards women today. She draws parallels between her personal life, entrepreneurship, and pop culture in her connection to the feminine.
It is through a wide range of surface work, alternating between rough and smooth materials, transparent and delicate, that she is able to enhance her ideas about womanhood.
The Wandering Masters Art Salon presents “Madonnas, Memory, and Identity” – A Group Exhibition. The featuring artists Rachael Kfare, Reina Barreto, Jonatas Chimen, and Dana Blickensderfer will showcase their works in a pop up exhibition at the Art Gallery of Broward College South Campus, 7200 Pines Blvd. Building 69 Pembroke Pines, FL 33024 on September 11 from 6 to 9 p.m. The exhibition is centered around conversations on immigration, history, and women.
A continuing showcase of “The Madonna” multi-sensory installation will show at The University of South Florida later that week on September 14, 2018, at 5 p.m. in the USF Marshall Student Center Ballroom. Both group shows will include paintings, textiles, and sculptures by local artists across South Florida.
Those interested in attending are encouraged to email email@example.com to get on the VIP event list or to schedule an appointment with the artist.
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