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SPOKE: The Visual Poetry & Environmental Art of Artist Olga Ziemska

01-22-2022 05-30-2022 DURING GENERAL ADMISSION & SPECIAL ENGAGEMENTS (after 5pm)

Language is a key element in the creation of sculptural work for artist Olga Ziemska, whose visual poetry and environmental artworks are showcased in the exhibition SPOKE. The body of work exhibited explores the connection between language, poetry, art, nature and the human experience.

Wall-hung sculptures made from natural materials and chromogenic prints of site-specific environmental artworks created around the world will be exhibited in the Cardinal Health Gallery.

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Works By Olga Ziemska

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