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Off-Kilter

January 22 – March 22, 2013

Women's Studies Research Center
Brandeis University
Waltham, MA

Off-kilter
View of exhibition etrance

Off-kilter
Have A Nice Day

Off-kilter
Installation view

Off-kilter
Installation view

Off-kilter
Installation view

Off-Kilter
Installation view

Off-kilter
Follow The Leader

Off-kilter
Karen in front of Follow The Leader

Off-kilter
The Lesson

 

RISD Reunion: Todd McKie, Richard Merkin, Karen Moss, Leigh Palmer, Phyllis Gay Palmer

September 16 – October 30, 2011

South Shore Art Center
119 Ripley Road
Cohasset, MA

SSAC Installation View


Dissonant Worlds

April 1–26, 2011

Fourth Wall Project
132 Brookline Ave.
Boston, MA

Dissonant Worlds 1
The Commuter


Dissonant Worlds 1
The Commuter


Dissonant Worlds 1


Dissonant Worlds 1


Dissonant Worlds 1
Lesia, owner of Zia Boutique in Brookline, views the art.


Dissonant Worlds 1


Dissonant Worlds 1


Karen Moss: What Remains

February 3 – March 13, 2011

Art Institute of Boston Gallery at University Hall
Lesley College
1815 Massachusetts Avenue
Cambridge, MA

"Mossís show What Remains features work from three series Coloring Book Hybrids, Walnut Ink Drawings and The Commuter. In works from all three series, Moss will treat viewers to intriguing, lingering and unusual depictions of everyday life, as we in the western world, know it. With the pieces from Coloring Book Hybrids, Moss takes playful jabs and a deeper look at societal norms with erratic and over the top color schemes, character hybrids and jarring manipulations. The content in her work exhibited from Walnut Ink Drawings are drawn from recent news items and happenings in the print media. These works delve into the deeper meanings behind gender roles, violence and matters of the home while evoking a sense of nostalgia by using a sepia color scheme. Finally we see a mixed media narrative entitled The Commuter with the main protagonist being an art student who manifests into a blue rabbit traveling and assimilating to urban landscapes and rural areas."

— Sara Farizan, blogspot.artscopemagazine.com

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