Oct 10, 2022

All Day

North Hall, K.K. Merker Gallery

20 Davenport Street, Iowa City, IA 52245

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Handmade paper hangs on the back wall of a case. On the floor of the case are handmade paper sculptures, pieces of ceramic, and a cardboard box containing more paper. Next to the case, a square scarf is hanging.

Impermanences is a group art exhibit curated by Dana King and Jennifer Miller, who are University of Iowa Center for the Book MFA candidates. The show, found in the K.K. Merker Gallery in North Hall, presents work in which the artists respond to themes of change, loss, and grief as inevitable and shared human experiences. Varying interpretations of the theme include the loss of loved ones, political and social change, and time-based changes to materials. Impermanences features works by Emily Eldred, Carlisle Isley, Katie Kiesewetter, Dana King, Jennifer Miller, Jacob Roosa, Sean Tyler, and Margaret Yapp. 

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