Dodd Exhibitions

Tripwire explores anxieties between Local and Global through the works of immigrant artists and artists from the American South that investigate through a variety of media, themes of dislocation, home, surveillance, exploration, and technology.

  Los Angeles-based artist Amanda Ross-Ho presents a new exhibition for the Dodd Galleries comprised of video, sculpture and textiles. Continuing her ongoing interest in the recursive ecologies of observed phenomena, sites of production, and individual versus collective experience...
An oscilloscope without input generates a flat line. When a simple waveform is amplified, a flat line becomes animated. When a simple waveform is modulated by another, and another... a flat line can take on the limitless possibilities of pattern, shape,...
We Have So Much to Talk About explores the importance of transparency in communication and the accessibility of information. Sarah Kennedy and Trent Johnson, both undergraduate students in Printmaking and Book Arts at the Dodd, present a series of collaborative prints,...
We Have So Much to Talk About explores the importance of transparency in communication and the accessibility of information. Sarah Kennedy and Trent Johnson, both undergraduate students in Printmaking and Book Arts at the Dodd, present a series of collaborative prints,...