A solo exhibition of work by Shannon Goff, Penn State School of Visual Arts assistant professor, at Susanne Hilberry Gallery in Ferndale, Michigan, has recently been featured by Hyperallergic, DesignBoom, ThisIsColossal, FastCoDesign, the Detroit Metro Times and others.
The exhibition, a culmination of two years of work and research, opened September 19 and has been extended until November 21. The largest piece in the exhibition is “Miles to Empty,” a full-size sculpture of a 1979 Lincoln Continental Mark V, rendered entirely out of corrugated cardboard. An homage to the artist’s late grandfather, the sculpture is also a meditation on her Motor City roots. For the full story, click here.