Gallery r is pleased to present two projects by Rochester area artists and RIT Alumni: Cory Fitzgerald, Nick Marshall, and Cecily Culver.
Exploring the space with experimental installation, Fitzgerald and Marshall use photography and video to explore color, movement and phenomenal experience from the mundane in a project called In Neutral. Culver, whose solo show New Sense gathered acclaim in 2015, returns with a special window installation called Interloper; combining taxidermy and robotics.
Nick Marshall and Cory Fitzgerald are both graduates of RIT’s Graduate Photography program. Marshall is currently Manager of Exhibitions and Programs at the George Eastman Museum. Fitzgerald is an installer at George Eastman Museum and teaches 4D Design at RIT.
Cecily Culver received her MFA in Sculpture from Arizona State University in Phoenix after a BFA in Interdisciplinary Studio Art at RIT. Interloper is part of a larger body of work produced during her residency at the Dedalus Foundation in New York City.