Tagged: Natalie McLaurin

The August 2012 Lafayette, LA Artwalk Mise en Scene

 

The Acadiana Center for the Arts Senior Curator Brian Guidry and His Curatorial Assistant Carolyn Scalfano Faulk setting up for the exhibition “Reconfigure: Transformations of the Body”

The Acadiana Center for the Arts Lobby with a sculpture installation by participating “Reconfigure: Transformations of the Body” artist Lisa Osborn

A view of the Acadiana Center for the Arts from Jefferson St. at the onset of Artwalk

Meditation on the Streets: Elaine Botts letting “the world hurry by” on Jefferson St.

An Artwalk crowd on Jefferson St.

Artwalk in full swing at the Acadiana Center for the Arts entrance

“Reconfigure: Transformations of the Body” participating artist Lisa Osborn flexing her artist muscles before Acadiana Center for the Arts Senior Curator Brian Guidry, Lafayette artist and Creative Economy Summit Founder Emee Morgan and a friend

“Reconfigure: Transformations of the Body” participating artist Jonathan “JJ” Wilson

“Reconfigure: Transformations of the Body” participating artists  Natalie McLaurin, Ben Fox-McCord, Michael Pajon, along with Pajon’s friend and artist Shawne Major

Love Birds: Artist Shawne Major and poet/activist Jonathan Penton

Artist and Creative Economy Summit Founder Emee Morgan talking shop with “Reconfigure: Transformations of the Body” participating artist Chyrl Savoy

Acadiana Center for the Arts patrons in the Main Gallery

A view of “Reconfigure: Transformations of the Body” from the 2nd story bay window of the Acadiana Center for the Arts

A view of “Reconfigure: Transformations of the Body” from the 2nd story bay window of the Acadiana Center for the Arts

The title wall of the “Doodle Virus” exhibition at the Acadiana Center for the Arts

Installation of the “Doodle Virus” exhibition at the Acadiana Center for the Arts

Acadiana Center for the Arts patrons enjoying and buying the 250+ 4″ x 6″ works for sale in the “Doodle Virus” exhibition. All proceeds go to the Visual Arts Curatorial Department of the Acadian Center for the Arts.

Artist Ernie Fournet talking to a patron in the midst of his exhibition “It’s Not Easy Being a Cop”

I hope you enjoyed this visual tour through Lafayette’s art world … and dear reader, you can look forward to individual reviews on many of the exhibitions of the night in the near future!

 

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Natalie McLaurin in “Parallel Play” at T-Lot

Natalie McLaurin

“Casing”

resin and fabric/readymade

2011

Natalie McLaurin

“I Thought You Were a Plastic Bag”

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2011

Natalie McLaurin

“Excellent Scissor Skills”

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2011

Natalie McLaurin

“What I Left and Gave Away NYC>NOLA”

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2011

on view in the group exhibition “Parallel Play” at T-Lot, 1940 Saint Claude Ave., New Orleans, from Friday, October 14 at 6:00pm – Tuesday, January 31, 2012 at 10:00pm

Author’s note:  To read a review of “Parallel Play” at T-Lot, go to the previous post titled “Our Backyard Kicks Your Backyard’s Ass: ‘Parallel Play” at T-lot” here on “louisianaesthetic.”