University Relations and Communications

Student's senior art exhibit focuses on digital creation

October 18, 2012 



Department of Art, 657-2324
Dan Carter, University Relations, 657-2269


Elisabet Rueda’s “Runaway Inertia” is a part of her senior exhibition. 


MSU BILLINGS NEWS SERVICES — College student Elisabet Rueda explores digital art, collages and animation in her senior exhibition that goes on display later this month at Montana State University Billings.


Rueda Runaway Inertia

Rueda’s senior exhibition — “A Gatherer of Intervals” — will be on display at the MSU Billings art department’s Student Gallery on the on the first floor of the Liberal Arts Building from Oct. 29 to Nov. 16. The gallery is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The exhibit is free and open to anyone.


Through her art, Rueda said she explores the possibilities of digital creation for building visual realities that aspire to the poetic. She integrates photography and digital painting in collages and animations. The title of the exhibition, “A Gatherer of Intervals” refers to someone who collects pieces of puzzles that don’t belong together; a guardian of gaps, words unsaid, disconnected thoughts, undefined feelings, and things in the process of uncertain transformation.


For more information on the exhibition, call the MSU Billings Department of Art at 657-2324.