Olga Lah Featured in Transpositions

July 29, 2013 in Visual Faith

Transpositions, the fantastic blog of the Institute for Theology, Imagination, and the Arts at the University of St. Andrews, Scotland, recently featured former Fuller student Olga Lah. Here's an excerpt from the feature:

There is no hint in Lah’s work of a cynicism that brings the lofty art object down to the world of everyday things.  Her work is worlds apart from Marcel Duchamp’s Fountain.  Instead, Lah lifts up the ordinary into the extra-ordinary, and she asks us to see things we take for granted as mysteriously and freshly anew.

The article continues to consider several of her installations and their effect on the viewer/participant. Read the full feature and check out Olga Lah's website where you can view a gallery of all her work and find information about future exhibitions, where you can become a "potential victim of [her] invasion of life."

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