Webster University Sverdrup Faculty Fellow Alexandra Arshanskaya’s study reconditions the venerable interior storefront window cases of the Historic Arcade Building as the home for her considerations of the concept of spatial perception as closely associated with time, manifest as murals.
An adjunct faculty member from Webster University's campus in Leiden, the Netherlands, she explores the space as movement in time. To give shape to this aspect of “experienced” space, Arshanskaya expands her art practice with live performances. Live music broad- ens the experience of space and time for the audience. Picture, sound and space together become one single act.
Join us for the opening reception Friday, Feb. 28, 6-8p.m. at the Arcade Contemporary Art Projects - Webster University Gateway Campus in downtown St. Louis
Friday, February 28 at 6:00pm to 8:00pm
Arcade Building (Gateway Campus)
812 Olive St., 63101