Part-time Professor, Art History
Charles Gagnon is an interdisciplinary artist, and a teacher. His work is concerned with the senses,principally the sonorous and the tactile, and is often shown in public spaces such as a library, a hallway, a record store, and windows. Charles has written about the sensory aspects of conceptual art, and is presently considering the material choices in Joseph Kosuth’s One and Three Tables, as well as the early drawings of Acadian artist Louis Comeau.
ARTH 354 - Studies in Interdisciplinarity in the VisualArts: The Total Work of Art
ARTH 356 - Studies in the Materials and Processes of Art: To Draw
ARTH 368 - Studies in Contemporary Art and Architecture: Material or Materiality?
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