Artist’s Perspective: Vadis Turner
Frist Center for the Visual Arts
Thu, Sep 07 6:30 pm
Nashville-born artist Vadis Turner moved back to Middle Tennessee in 2014 after living in Boston and New York for many years. In her work, she transforms commonplace objects associated with women, such as ribbons and bedding, into bold, textured assemblages that assert the value of female experiences, especially rites of passage. Join the artist as she discusses conventional gender roles, bringing visibility to the often-overlooked handiwork of women in the past, and being inspired by the “wisdoms” of Nashville-area elders in her exhibition Vadis Turner: Tempest.