Snapchat combines every traditional mode of communication – text, photo, video, and illustrations – into one entity. The only thing it lacks is physicality. While the digital age seems to be less personal and more fleeting, people are still grounded in their emotions and states of being. To connect people, there doesn’t need to be physical interaction or physical space. Everything is stored in our individual and collective clouds of knowledge. 473 explores what happens when these interactions are taken out of this context and made physical.
Wren Gardiner is originally from the Midwest, but has lived in Tucson since the age of 11. She is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography with an anticipated graduation in December 2016. She primarily works in photo and video, exhibiting her work throughout Arizona.
Maya Hawk is a photo artist based in Tucson. She recently received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography in May 2016. She has exhibited her work throughout Arizona and is currently the resident photographer at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Tucson.
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Parking & Transportation
1031 N. Olive Road. The Joseph Gross and Lionel Rombach Galleries are located on the University of Arizona campus between the Museum of Art and the Center for Creative Photography. Parking is available on 2nd Street, east of Park Avenue or in the parking garage north of Speedway on Park Avenue.
Gallery Hours: Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Free to the public every day
Please view our website: www.cfa.arizona.edu/galleries/