This image to be included in the gallery exhibition is titled “Still 04.” It originates from Jeff Hazelden’s brief film, “Some Patterns Repeating by themselves Forever.”
Wilmington College faculty member Jeff Hazelden will feature an exhibit of his social commentary photography as the next program at Harcum Art Gallery, Jan. 19 through March 3.
An opening reception for the artist is prepared for Jan. 19, from 6 to 8 p.m. The general public is invited complimentary of charge and refreshments will be served. Typical gallery hours are weekdays, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and by special consultation coordinated by Hal Shunk, gallery curator and professor of art.
Hazelden, as assistant professor of communication arts given that 2021, has titled his program, “Some Patterns Repeating on Their Own Forever.” He is a visual artist who has actually shown operate in the United States and worldwide. His practice utilizes the web, digital image, performance and setup. Because 2015, he has actually created work that analyzes and condemns war crimes and human rights infractions committed by the United States federal government, private professionals and corporations.
“Some Patterns Repeating Their Own Forever” is a body of work made in cooperation with musician and manufacturer Adam Rogers. Hazelden mentioned. that imperialism is the “greatest ideological struggle of our time.” The exhibition acknowledges the violent acts of U.S. imperialism and interventionism.
“The artworks reference confirmed cases of war criminal activities carried out in the name of the American people,” he stated, keeping in mind that torture is happening and the line in between combatant and civilian is increasingly lost. “The work is important of the government authorities and collaborators responsible for calculated and incomprehensible ruthlessness, and the vague, amorphous language of validation.”
An accompanying brief film, “Some Patterns Repeating Their Own Forever,” which includes images from his gallery display, will premiere previously that day, at 4:30 p.m., in Room 149 of the Center for the Sciences and Agriculture with a question/answer duration to follow. The screening is the current program in the WC faculty-led Dormant Scientist Society series.
This image to be featured in the gallery exhibit is entitled “Still 04.” It comes from Jeff Hazelden’s short film, “Some Patterns Repeating on Their Own Forever.”