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Apr. 21 - SCAD to unveil Jedd Novatt sculpture at the SCAD Museum of Art Apr. 28

 

 

Savannah Business Journal Staff Report
April 21, 2017 - The Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) will unveil "Chaos Concepción," a permanent, monumental sculpture by internationally renowned artist Jedd Novatt, on Friday, April 28. The sculpture will be installed in the Alex Townsend Courtyard at the SCAD Museum of Art, 601 Turner Blvd., Savannah, Georgia.
"Chaos Concepción" is the second Jedd Novatt sculpture that has been donated to the university. A work from Novatt's Chaos Series, "Chaos Mundaka," is installed on the front green of the SCAD Atlanta campus. "Chaos Pacific," an exhibition of 15 monotypes by the artist, is on display at the SCAD Museum of Art through June 4. Novatt's sculptures have been exhibited extensively in galleries and museums in the United States, Europe and Asia, including Sotheby's prestigious annual exhibition "Beyond Limits" at Chatsworth House in Derbyshire and the Pérez Art Museum Miami. Novatt's work is also represented in numerous public and private collections worldwide.
"The roots of SCAD's friendship with Jedd Novatt run deep," says SCAD President and Founder Paula Wallace. "In Lacoste, SCAD's European home, Jedd completed his formal arts education, prior to the establishment of SCAD Lacoste, where students now learn every quarter. His sculpture 'Chaos Mundaka' stands proudly on the lawn of SCAD Atlanta on Peachtree Street, where it's been viewed by millions. This spring SCAD continues its strong tradition of sharing public art with our communities around the world with another Jedd Novatt sculpture, this time, at the SCAD Museum of Art in the Alex Townsend Memorial Courtyard, the new home of 'Chaos Concepción.'"
Novatt's "Chaos" series explores the internal and external dynamics of space, with works that seemingly defy gravity in effortless, kinetic ways. His fixed-motion sculptures push boundaries and challenge expectations by creating a unique aesthetic through the use of lines and borders to sculpt a space more than a material. Novatt is known for using the raw qualities of materials, such as stainless steel or bronze, to magnify their own notions of purity, power, permanence or stoicism.
The unveiling will take place during a dedication ceremony on Friday, April 28 at 5:30pm hosted by President Paula Wallace. The event is free and open to the public.

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