"Possible Side Effects" Opens Tonight at Ringling College

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Opening tonight with a reception at 4:30pm in the Crossley Gallery, Possible Side Effects unites the work of Ringling College of Art + Design artists and Crossley Gallery directors Savannah Magnolia and Meagan Hindel, who present new paintings and sculptures as a part of their thesis bodies of work. Through extremely saturated, hard-edge paintings, Magnolia welcomes a conversation of broader taboo issues. By using large-scale non-traditional landscapes and cross-sections of human anatomy, she addresses such issues as pharmaceutical use, public surveillance and environmental degradation with a clinical yet amusing approach. Hindel addresses familial relationships and traumatic experiences by using animals in her sculptures, so that these resulting mental states may be relatable to all. In addition to sculptures, Hindel will also have a large immersive installation that focuses on the perception of color. Together they create an exhibition that is superficially delightful yet deeply unnerving.

Possible Side Effects opens tonight in the Crossley Gallery at Ringling College at 4:30pm, and will be on display until March 2.

Possible Side Effects

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