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Coming to Carroll House: Rachelle Beaudoin

From Lynn Richardson, Art:

The Art Department at Keene State College is pleased to present a solo exhibition installation by Peterborough, NH, artist Rachelle Beaudoin, in the Carroll House Galleries from January 31 – February 22 titled, Let’s Work It Out. An opening reception will be held Thursday, January 30, from 4:30 – 6:30 p.m.

Artist Rachelle Beaudoin of Peterborough NH, will be on site at the Carroll House Gallery to install both photographic and video based works. Her artwork deals with the physical interactions, feats and failures of her bodily experience as a woman living in rural New Hampshire. Within two different bodies of work on display she explores the contrast in her day-to-day experience of the natural and outdoor environment and the mediated, glossy experience of the Internet, celebrity and popular culture. Through a combination of past performances, videos and wearable objects, she overlaps icons of female sexuality to create a new space of uncertainty and interest. Beaudoin states, “ I often use humor and sarcasm as an entry point into issues of gender, power and class.”

This event would not be possible without the support of Roberta F. Roos Annual Art and Theatre Arts Lecture Endowment.

The Carroll House Gallery at Keene State College is located on Main Street, beside the Alumni Center. Hours: Wednesday through Saturday, 12-5 p.m. All Carroll House Gallery events are free, open to the public and wheelchair-accessible.

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