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Scarabocchio features work by printmaker

5:18 PM, Feb. 13, 2013  |  Comments
'Deceived Perception' by printmaker Ina Kaur is featured in an exhibit at the Scarabocchio Art Museum.
'Deceived Perception' by printmaker Ina Kaur is featured in an exhibit at the Scarabocchio Art Museum.
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"Ina: DE-CODE EN-CODE," an exhibit featuring work by multimedia artist and printmaker Ina Kaur, will run through March 22 at the Scarabocchio Art Museum, 800 Main St. A reception with the artist will be from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. March 22.

In her studio research, Kaur combines various processes including printmaking, drawings and installations that has been showcased in numerous national and international exhibitions. Her research investigates how identities are defined and influenced by history, society and the culture of our immediate surroundings.

"The works included in the exhibit voraciously express my interest in linguistics and semantics," Kaur said. "Through construction, reconstruction and deconstruction, I conceptually critique constructs to develop an aesthetical interpretation. In doing so, I examine under layers of complexities, associated with notions of identity, whether it is to help define something or to limit its potential."

Gallery hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Friday. For more information, call 715-345-7726 or go to www.uwsp.edu/sam.

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