"Glitchéd and Taped" is a unique photographic installation displayed in the foyer and throughout the hallways of the Art Building at Texas Woman’s University. Based on a series of engaging narratives, the glitchéd images are presented in colorful frames and/or serendipitously attached to the walls with blue painter’s tape. The works are signs that speak in multiple ways to the rapidly evolving definition of photography. They invite viewers’ imaginative participation in our current post-internet collective image environment.
Biography Kathy Lovas holds a B.S. degree in biology from St. Mary's College, Notre Dame, Indiana and an MFA in photography from Texas Woman's University. She is a 1995 recipient of an M-AAA National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship in photography and was a 1991 fellow of the American Photography Institute National Graduate Seminar at New York University. Selected solo exhibitions include Lawndale Art Center, Galveston Art Center, Women and Their Work, Handley-Hicks Gallery, Fort Worth, and Liliana Bloch Gallery, Dallas. She has been a resident artist at Project Row Houses, Connemara Conservancy in Allen, TX and the Atlantic Center for the Arts in Florida. She has created site-specific installations at DiverseWorks, the Art Museum of Southeast Texas, the Arlington Museum of Art, UTSA Satellite Space at Blue Star, UNT on the Square in Denton, and Warehouse Theater in Greenville, SC. Kathy lives in Dallas and has been on the photography faculty in the College of Visual Arts and Design at the University of North Texas in Denton since 1992.
Texas Woman’s University, East|West Galleries, Department of Visual Arts
300 Texas Street, Denton TX 76201
Monday – Friday, 9am – 4pm
Blake Weld, Gallery Coordinator