The Department of Art, Art History, & Design will exhibit work from Terence Hannum entitled Headcleaner September 7-30, 2017 in the AAHD Gallery of O’Shaughnessy Hall.
Silence. Pictures of Silence. Coated in dust. All traces removed. Artifact destroyed. No memory. Erased. No trace. Silent pictures. Anti-posterity. Against reference. Embrace obsolescence. Tabula rasa.
Terence Hannum is a Baltimore based writer, musician, and visual artist whose work uses audio cassette tapes to generate collages. He has had solo exhibitions at Guest Spot (Baltimore), Western Exhibitions (Chicago, IL), Stevenson University, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, Gallery 400 at UIC (Chicago, IL) and group shows at TSA (Brooklyn, NY), sophiajacob (Baltimore, MD), Allegra La Viola (NYC), City Ice Arts (Kansas City, MO) & Jonathan Ferrara Gallery (New Orleans, LA).
More information about Hannum and his work at: www.terencehannum.com
Originally published at artdept.nd.edu.