In over 35 years as a visual artist, Anne Lindberg has worked within broad definitions of drawing and textiles in two and three dimensions. Her work currently includes graphite and colored pencil drawings on mat board and architecturally scaled, immersive sculptural installations made with volumes of fine chromatic thread pulled taut through space. While her work has a basis in abstraction, embedded within its formal and material language are concerns of time, sequence and causality, as well as a drive to speak about what is private, vulnerable, fragile and perceptive of the human condition.
In this virtual talk, Lindberg will speak to the provocative space between textiles and drawing where she creates visual and bodily experiences that transcend language and suggest the presence of alchemy in everyday life.
About the Installation
Contemporary artist Anne Lindberg’s immersive installation what color is divine light? transforms light and thread into a site for contemplation and reflection on connections with ourselves, communities and individual conceptions of the divine. A series of programs within the gallery bring community members together for shared experiences designed to foster understanding and transcendence. Learn more about the installation
About Anne Lindberg
Anne Lindberg is a multimedia artist whose work centers on immersive installations and drawings that tap a non-verbal physiological landscape of body and space, provoking emotional, visceral and perceptual responses. Conceptually, her work explores questions of time, causality and sequence as they speak to the vicissitudes of human experience. Lindberg is the recipient of multiple awards, fellowships and grants, including a Painters & Sculptors Joan Mitchell Foundation Grant and a Charlotte Street Foundation Fellowship. Her work has been exhibited widely and is held in collections across the United States. Lindberg received a B.F.A. from Miami University and a M.F.A. from Cranbrook Academy of Art.
How to Participate
This program will take place on Zoom. To participate, please register online, and we will email you a link and instructions for joining. Simply follow that link at the time the program starts (7 p.m. EST / 4 p.m. PST). When you register, you can also request to receive a reminder email one day before the program with the link included.
Image: Photo by Derek Porter.