Receptions are free and open to the public and take place in the Thompson Gallery of the Roe Art Building. Face coverings are required.
Reception: Friday, Oct. 22, 6-8 p.m.
Iuncu’s work explores disaster, memory and vulnerability through different mediums, ranging from printmaking to performance, to edible art and printed objects. In her work, she questions the way we look at tragedy as well as the way we deal with its aftermath. “We depend on our technology (planes, trains, automobiles) and easily forget that it is just as fallible as our bodies. At the end of the day, all physical contact is a collision with permanent repercussions, whether visible or not. Most interactions we have with other people are just like these collisions: we are selfishly oblivious to our impact on others,” Iancu said.