Friday, September 28 at 6:30 PM
ICE Studio – Tanner Building Room 101
An early evening presentation of projects and social hour at ICE. Katherine McGuire will unveil “What Lies Here”, this semester’s ICE window installation. A reading by Patrick Fadely, whose poetic practice has been shaped by an interest in improvised music. Jordan Dalton demonstrates “Room-Poem”, a procedure for creating poetry over time with speech recognition software. The event is free and open to the public.
Katherine McGuire is a graduate candidate in printmaking at the Lamar Dodd School of Art. What Lies Here will create a street level interaction with the historic Tanner Building near UGA’s north campus and downtown Athens.
Patrick Fadely is an undergraduate candidate majoring in English. He will present work which oscillates between the intimate and the abstract, and which gestures toward some measure of reconciliation between lyrical and social forms of responsibility.
Jordan Dalton is pursuing an interdisciplinary major that combines courses from Computer Science, English, Drama, and Digital Media. A version of “Room-Poem” was recently installed in the entrance of the Visual Arts Building where it delighted and enthralled the masses.