Stop by Hub Central at the Discovery Building to view artist Juliette Walker’s L.A.M.P. exhibit this 2018 Winter Season!
Exhibit runs through February 2019.
As a ceramic artist, Walker’s Light As Material Project (L.A.M.P.) is an exploration of the objects or things we use to bring light into interior spaces, both for utility and aesthetic value. In her own practice, she makes functional lamps, light sculptures, and installations out of ceramics. We can’t help but see the natural shapes of science within her organic forms!
Meet the Artist:
Juliette Walker was born in Madison, Wisconsin, and received a BA in Studio Art from Pomona College in 2013. She has completed residencies at the Lussier Community Education Center (Madison, Wisconsin), the International Ceramics Studio (Kecskemét, Hungary), and the Bubbler at the Madison Public Library (Madison, Wisconsin). In 2018, she was awarded a Kindling Fund Award, a grant administered by SPACE gallery (Portland, Maine) as a part of the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Arts’ Regional Regranting Program, to work on a collaborative project involving trading handmade ceramic mugs for stories about home. She is currently an MFA candidate at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville.