Jane South: Floor/Ceiling
March 24 – August 25, 2013
Opening Reception: Sunday, March 24, 2-5 pm

As part of The Aldrich’s spring program, Extreme Drawing, Jane South will be showing new work in a solo exhibition entitled Jane South: Floor/Ceiling. This installation, her largest single construction yet, will be suspended in the Museum’s twenty-five foot high Project Space allowing visitors to view it from both above and below. Composed of numerous cut and folded paper objects, referencing industrial design and architecture, the installation also draws heavily on the artist’s background in theater. This exhibition is curated by the museum’s Exhibitions Director, Richard Klein.

The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum
258 Main Street
Ridgefield, CT 06877

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Extreme Drawing is a semester-long series of exhibitions and related programming focusing on artists whose practice has taken the pursuit of drawing to extremes, addressing issues of scale, material, content, gesture, emotion, and individual circumstance. Exhibitions include solo projects by Amelie Chabannes, Harry Dodge, Robert Longo, and Jane South, work by Dan Miller and Judith Scott, and a group presentation, Ballpoint Pen Drawing Since 1950.