1st November 2005
EXHIBITION EXCHANGE STRENGTHENS LINKS STATESIDE
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Graphic designer Stephanie Knopp will be displaying her work at the Lincoln School of
Art and Design as part of a staff exchange programme between the
Stephanie who is Chair of the
Graphic Arts and Design Department at the
Lecturers from the university have
also been over to
The exhibition entitled ‘Imaginary Landscapes: Photographs of American Architectural Follies’ will be open to the public from Friday 5th November in the Greestone Gallery up until 14th November.
Knopp explained the inspiration behind her work: “For
several years I have created images of the odd architectural ‘follies’ that I
have discovered while travelling across
“In their real life settings, they are often eyesores on the landscape, but somehow they acquire a certain dignity and magic - even a certain monumental elegance - once captured by the camera's eye, almost as if they were relics of a lost, ancient civilization.
“The images in this exhibition are representations of my love affair with these quintessentially American landscapes.”
Stephanie received her Master
of Fine Arts in graphic design from
There will be an opening evening at the Greestone Gallery at 6pm on Thursday 4th November for university staff, invited guests and the media.
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Kate Strawson, Assistant Press Officer
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