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Lobby Project Artist Reception Featuring Sally Canzoneri

By NoMa Business Improvement District (other events)

Thursday, March 10 2016 6:00 PM 8:00 PM
 
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Lobby Project Closing Reception Featuring Sally Canzoneri:
Join local art lovers to celebrate the newest art installation, Changing Vistas - Changing Views, by artist Sally Canzoneri. Scientists and scholars from a variety of fields are studying cities today not as planned environments but as living systems. That means they are examining the impacts of people, animals, plants, weather, economics, geology, and geography on the look and feel of the urban environment.

In Changing Vistas—Changing Views, Sally Canzoneri takes a two-pronged approach to this subject. Her lenticular photographs of NoMa juxtapose then-and-now photographs of the same sites, provoking consideration of the long-term evolution of the neighborhood. Separately, her photographs of the Mathematica building at 1100 1st St NE propose a more immediate reflection. With its curved reflective exterior, the building interacts continuously with its surroundings, reminding us that even when an area appears built and static, it is never really still.

About the Artist
Sally Canzoneri is a photographer, book artist, and writer. Her artist?s books and photographs have been shown in numerous juried exhibitions.  In 2015, Canzoneri had solo exhibitions in DC at New Community ArtSpace and the Hill Center Galleries. Her articles for adults and children have been published in a variety of magazines, and two of her picture books were published as e-books. She has taught creative writing and arts for both children and adults. In 2012 and 2015, the DC Commission on Arts & Humanities selected her to receive an arts education grant.

Canzoneri has been a city planner and a litigating attorney. She received a B.A. from Bennington College (1971), and a M.U.P. (1976) and J.D. (1979) from the University of Illinois. She lives in Washington, DC with her husband, daughter, and the cutest three-legged dog in the Western Hemisphere.