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Stone Age Daydream
11 Sep 2013
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Stone Age Daydream is a solo exhibition that exists in the pages of the 57 Cell, a printed publication of 3D modeled exhibitions that simulate inaccessible, nonexistent, or improbable environments. Exhibitions in 57 Cell are collaborations between its creator/curator Gregory Kalliche and individual artists who come together to develop digital worlds and imagined contexts for a series of real works of art.

Issue number two of 57 Cell features an imagined adolescent boys' bedroom and real work by Julie Leidner.  The paintings featured in this room are inspired by the artist' visits to Mammoth Cave in Kentucky, and was partially funded by the Kentucky Foundation for Women's Artist Enrichment Grant.

More information and images for this project can be seen at www.julieleidner.com, or even better, by visiting www.57Cell.com and ordering a copy of the publication, which contains additional writing on the subject of Mammoth Cave and teenage boys, and which can only be viewed fully in its physical form. 


The artist or arts organization telling this story was supported in part by a grant from the Kentucky Foundation for Women. KFW is based on the belief that when women and girls advance, so does Kentucky. For more information about the foundation and the social change artmaking being done by the individuals and organizations it supports, visit www.kfw.org." 

Art Multimedia Painting Photography Community Culture Empowerment Gender Rural-Urban Women Museum/Exhibit Southeast Visual Artist
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