RALEIGH NC

Opening reception: Saturday February 9, 4:00-7:00pm

Closing reception: Saturday March 2, 4:00-7:00

Gallery hours by appointment

Anchorlight is proud to present the third in its series of exhibitions by Brightwork Fellowship artists at the end of their residency at Anchorlight.

My Eminent/Imminent Domain

time and effort in residential space

By Sally Van Gorder

About the work

Routines associated with domestic maintenance require countless, invisible hours and we regularly devalue the labor required to preserve our illusion of control and order. This project is part of a larger body of work exploring the interior and exterior spaces of home, the impossible effort to sustain them and the terrible beauty of entropy.

About the Brightwork Fellowship Program

The Brightwork Fellowship is a residency program located within Anchorlight that focuses on service, leadership, and professional development in the visual arts. The Fellowship provides opportunities to artists through exhibition, group critique, community engagement, and service learning experiences. Brightwork Fellows receive an individual studio as well as shared community work space in which to make their work uninterrupted for a period of one year. This combination of private and shared space fosters an environment of community support, the sharing of knowledge, discourse, and skill.