read-only by Alyssa Baguss


Jan 13, 2014 to Mar 28, 2014
08:00 AM until 08:00 PM


Alyssa Baguss examines how the allure of technological progress has influenced what we acquire, experience, and leave behind in our new digital age. Like a botanical illustrator, her drawings memorialize these antiquities from the turn of the millennia giving them something they do not have, more time.

Alyssa Baguss attended the College of Visual Arts in St. Paul, Minnesota where she received her BFA with a concentration in painting and drawing. Baguss’ work has been exhibited in the Twin Cities and regionally, most recently as a part of the exhibitions Admire at Form + Content Gallery and Open Door 8 at Rosalux Gallery.  Her work was featured in the 2013 Artist Designed Mini-golf course at the Walker Art Center and the 2012 CSA: Community Supported Art Project with Springboard for the Arts and

Reception: January 17, 6 - 8 p.m.




View map Christensen Center Art Gallery
22nd Ave South at 7 ½ Street
Minneapolis, MN

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Augsburg College



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Jenny Wheatley

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