The pieces comprising this exhibition aim to explore formal attributes of scale, complexity, temperature, saturation, and so on; and seeks to investigate how these attributes work together to inform perception. This exhibition also highlights the relationship between viewing duration and perception, from a philosophical viewpoint and a purely aesthetic view.
About Jury Smith
As a professor and artist Jury Smith continually cultivates the intersection of art and her commitment to teaching. Smith has spoken at Moore College of Art & Design’s Education Symposium, International Academy of Ceramics at the Snyderman Gallery, Cedar Crest College, and was a panelist at DesignPhiladelphia. Smith serves as a professor at Saint Joseph’s University and maintains an active and rewarding studio practice. Her work has been included in over 50 exhibitions and has been featured in Ceramics Monthly and traveled internationally to Korea’s Gyeonggi International Ceramic Biennial.