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Join Mark Rospenda, Curator of the South Bend Museum of Art, for a virtual gallery talk on Making A Way. This group exhibition was curated and organized by the South Bend Museum of Art, South Bend, Indiana. Fifty artists offer their visual response to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Mark Rospenda’s meticulous nature always presents itself through his work. Using paper as a means of exploring the delicate, mutable nature of our thinking processes, Rospenda physically cuts into, shreds, and converts his drawings into pulp. Parts and elements are exchanged between them with some finished works evolving over a number of years. The images that result are moments within a stream of thinking and forgetting — records of memories lost, found and transforming. His work has been exhibited at the Spartanburg Art Museum, Spartanburg, SC; DEMO Project, Springfield, IL; Herron Galleries, Indianapolis, IN; and other locations nationally. As the winner of the Director’s Choice Award in the 2016 Art From the Heartland exhibition, Rospenda was granted a solo exhibition at the Indianapolis Art Center, Indianapolis, IN, in early 2019. Rospenda lives and works in South Bend, IN, where he is Curator of Exhibitions and Collections at the South Bend Museum of Art. He has organized and overseen more than 70 exhibitions during his time at the museum.
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Background image: Eric Souther, collaboration with Andrew Deutsch, Exponential Growth (still image detail), 2020, single channel video, 13 minutes 6 seconds, 3840 x 2160 UHD 4k