From Friday 25 through Sunday November 27th open from 14:00 till 18:00 o’clock.
After spending the past year living in India through a Fulbright grant, Lindsay Carone presents new works that draw from her research on craft processes, aesthetics, and traditions of hand-making. In this series of textile-based sculptures, she manipulates and transforms mundane items from contemporary culture in ways that transcend their original form and function.
With a range of traditional influences from intricate embroidery to camel belt braiding to Mughal architecture, Carone presents works that explore value in objects of ornamentation, the decorative impulse, and the enduring mystique of things handmade.
On the artist
Lindsay Carone is an American artist working primarily in sculpture, installation, and textiles. She is a recipient of a Fulbright-Nehru Study/Research Grant and previously earned an MFA in Sculpture from Rhode Island School of Design and a BFA at the University of Massachusetts Amherst.
Her work has been shown in the Katonah Museum of Art, the Phillips Museum of Art, Saint Joseph’s University, and in the RISD Museum of Art, where she created a site-specific installation as a winner of their annual Sitings competition.
Carone has held residencies with The Cultural Center at Eagle Hill in Hardwick, Massachusetts, The Kimball Art Center in Park City, Utah, the Platte Clove Residency in the Catskill Mountains in New York, and Millersville University’s Emerging Artist in Residence program in Central Pennsylvania. Additionally, she completed an Apprenticeship at the Fabric Workshop and Museum in Philadelphia.