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Shannon Goff Exhibits 'Miles to Empty'

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Shannon Goff's "Miles to Empty"

Miles to Empty, a new exhibition by Shannon Goff, assistant professor of sculpture and ceramics, is installed at the Ralph Arnold Fine Arts Annex, Loyola University, Chicago, through October 18. Following the Loyola exhibition, the work will be exhibited in Detroit.

Miles to Empty is a solo show that features a single work of art—a full-scale cardboard sculpture of a 1979 Lincoln Continental Mark V automobile. Supported by grants from the College of Architecture and the Institute for the Arts and Humanities, Shannon recreated her 1979 “land yacht” in her garage studio after undertaking research at the Benson Ford Research Center, Dearborn, Michigan. For the full story, click here.