The exhibition Mechanical Life brings three artists together that explore the borderline between the lifeless and the living. Nemo Gould, Tom Haney and Joe Shea create their versions of a ‘modern Prometheus’ by mixing automata, found objects and human emotion into delicately crafted sculpture.
Nemo Gould through scouring old and discard mechanical parts imbues a Golden Age sensibility to his mechanical tableaux’s. Tom Haney carefully handcrafts his figures and gearing into touching emotional moments of consciousness. Joe Shea creates mechanical hybrids from found material and delicate castings which illuminate and question the frailty that life contains.
As a teaching facility, the Wallace L. Anderson gallery advances learning through lively and innovative approaches that promote the arts to the students of Bridgewater State University and communities beyond the campus.
Scientific Illustrations & Other Beasties Published January 22, 2016
Process/Progress Published September 08, 2015
Demonstrative Published March 26, 2015
Drawn,Drawing Published March 04, 2015
Dialecticians Published February 24, 2015
The Empowerment of the Pin-Up Published December 08, 2014
Amuse Bouche Published September 08, 2014
Modern Traditions Published February 06, 2014