MSU Billings student announces senior thesis exhibition
Exhibit will be displayed from Feb. 26 through March 16
University Relations and Communications, 657-2266
MSU BILLINGS NEWS SERVICES — The Montana State University Billings Department of Art has announced the launch of Zachary Hinkle’s senior thesis exhibition, Extracts from Interfering Air.
The exhibition will be held at the Student Gallery inside the Liberal Arts building on the MSUB campus. It will run from Feb. 26 through March 16, with a closing reception on March 15. This event is free and open to the public.
The closing reception will be in conjunction with the reception for artist Barry Whittaker’s exhibition in the Northcutt Steele Gallery. This event will be catered by Sodexo.
Zachary Hinkle is a multimedia artist working in painting, installation, sculpture, and drawing. This is Zach’s final semester here at MSUB, where he is working towards his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree.
“Extracts from Interfering Air is a sculptural exhibition that takes advantage of the overabundance of material things that are ever present in our daily lives,” Hinkle stated. “Using objects that are mass produced, cheap, and widely available, I create assemblages that entice the viewer to form new and personal associations with things that would normally go overlooked. I am interested in the pictorial potential of the everyday. The stuff that we choose to surround ourselves with is full of significance in form as well as function and practicality. The results do not reference recognizable forms. They are deconstructed to the point that meaning is shifted and various interpretations become manifested.”
The Student Gallery is located inside the Liberal Arts building on the first floor.
For more information on the student gallery, contact Leanne Gilbertson, at 657-2903 or Leanne.Gilbertson@msubillings.edu.