December 5, 2008 -August 22, 2009

Dan Steinhilber, a Washington, D.C.-based artist, creates sculptures and installations with familiar materials — including dry cleaner hangers, trash bags, bottles of soda pop, fluorescent light bulbs, Styrofoam packing peanuts, duck sauce packets, stacking lawn chairs, and PVC pipe — to explore light, form, social tensions and everyday experience. The exhibition of his work at the Museum of Art consists of 20 installation works made specifically for this show.


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