From February 2-10, Perkins Library will be the site of a unique art installation, and Duke students are invited to participate.
Stefan Hoffmann, a German-born Dutch artist, will be a visiting artist with the Department of Art, Art History, & Visual Studies. Hoffmann creates wall and window installations that employ a variety of screenprinting and painting techniques to make dynamic and bold images.
While at Duke, Hoffmann will be working on a site adjacent to the Gothic Reading Room in Perkins Library. The work will primarily take place from Friday-Friday and at times will include student/class interaction.
The artist is eager to have Duke students participate in his installation project. If you are interested, contact Merrill Shatzman (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Bill Fick (email@example.com) for further information about the project and scheduled times that Hoffmann will be working in Perkins Library.
For more information, visit our website about Hoffmann's installation in Perkins Library, or check out the artist's own website for examples of his work.
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