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Last Event: Thursday Dec. 6 All Day
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Since 2006, Guillermo Faivovich and Nicolas Goldberg, the Argentinian contemporary artist duo, have been engaged in an intensive and wide-ranging research project — "A Guide to Campo del Cielo" — that forms the basis of their practice. Campo del Cielo is located in northern Argentina and was the site of a meteor shower an estimated 4,000 years ago.

This all-encompassing installation reveals an encounter with a 120-pound meteorite gifted in 2014 to the artists by William Cassidy, a planetary geologist from the University of Pittsburgh. The multi-layered web of connections created in this installation emphasizes the inherent necessities in collaboration as it crosses the boundaries between time, science and art, culture and politics.

Located in Hayden Library, this exhibit is part of the Visual LIT series, a collaboration between ASU Art Museum and ASU Libraries and is supported by the Andy Warhol Foundation, Helme Prinzen Endowment, ASU Design and the Arts Library, and Paramo Galeria. 

Visit the library website for directions and hours.

Also on view: "numero" at ASU Design and the Arts Library and "Decomiso" at ASU Art Museum.

Tower of Knowledge Exhibit metiorite

Hayden Library

For More Information Contact:

Design and the Arts Library
480-965-6400 https://lib.asu.edu/design

Last Event: Thursday Dec. 6 All Day
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Since 2006, Guillermo Faivovich and Nicolas Goldberg, the Argentinian contemporary artist duo, have been engaged in an intensive and wide-ranging research project — "A Guide to Campo del Cielo" — that forms the basis of their practice. Campo del Cielo is located in northern Argentina and was the site of a meteor shower an estimated 4,000 years ago.

For this exhibition, 12 unique prints further the artists’ current line of research examining a meteorite.  New images are harvested from thinly sliced sections of the meteorite under a petrographic microscope, an expedition to reveal the stunningly brilliant and mysterious silicate inclusions. 

Located in the Design and the Arts Library, this exhibit is part of the Visual LIT series, a collaboration between ASU Art Museum and ASU Libraries and is supported by the Andy Warhol Foundation, Helme Prinzen Endowment, ASU Design and the Arts Library, and Paramo Galeria. 

Visit the library website for directions and hours.

Also on view: "The Tower of Knowledge" at Hayden Library and "Decomiso" at ASU Art Museum.

Numero Exhibit Image

Design and the Arts Library

For More Information Contact:

Design and the Arts Library
480-965-6400 https://lib.asu.edu/design

Last Event: Monday Nov. 5 All Day

Wild Edible Botanicals of North America

Exhibit runs Nov. 6, 2018, to Jan. 31, 2019.

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A photographic survey of the wild edible botanicals of North America is on display at the Polytechnic campus library.

The artist is Jim Fike, a photographer who excavates plants, photographs them in his studio and digitally illustrates the photographs. He then renders the edible elements in vibrant colors, leaving the rest of the plant to read as a contact print. 

Fike has photographed more than 120 plants in 10 different states and plans to create a complete survey across the United States. 

 

photograph of a California Poppy

Academic Center, Lower Level

For More Information Contact:

Katherine Sullivan
ASU Library
Katherine.M.Sullivan@asu.edu

Last Event: Thursday Dec. 6 All Day
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Since 2006, Guillermo Faivovich and Nicolas Goldberg, the Argentinian contemporary artist duo, have been engaged in an intensive and wide-ranging research project — "A Guide to Campo del Cielo" — that forms the basis of their practice. Campo del Cielo is located in northern Argentina and was the site of a meteor shower an estimated 4,000 years ago.

This all-encompassing installation reveals an encounter with a 120-pound meteorite gifted in 2014 to the artists by William Cassidy, a planetary geologist from the University of Pittsburgh. The multi-layered web of connections created in this installation emphasizes the inherent necessities in collaboration as it crosses the boundaries between time, science and art, culture and politics.

Located in Hayden Library, this exhibit is part of the Visual LIT series, a collaboration between ASU Art Museum and ASU Libraries and is supported by the Andy Warhol Foundation, Helme Prinzen Endowment, ASU Design and the Arts Library, and Paramo Galeria. 

Visit the library website for directions and hours.

Also on view: "numero" at ASU Design and the Arts Library and "Decomiso" at ASU Art Museum.

Tower of Knowledge Exhibit metiorite

Hayden Library

For More Information Contact:

Design and the Arts Library
480-965-6400 https://lib.asu.edu/design

Last Event: Thursday Dec. 6 All Day
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Since 2006, Guillermo Faivovich and Nicolas Goldberg, the Argentinian contemporary artist duo, have been engaged in an intensive and wide-ranging research project — "A Guide to Campo del Cielo" — that forms the basis of their practice. Campo del Cielo is located in northern Argentina and was the site of a meteor shower an estimated 4,000 years ago.

For this exhibition, 12 unique prints further the artists’ current line of research examining a meteorite.  New images are harvested from thinly sliced sections of the meteorite under a petrographic microscope, an expedition to reveal the stunningly brilliant and mysterious silicate inclusions. 

Located in the Design and the Arts Library, this exhibit is part of the Visual LIT series, a collaboration between ASU Art Museum and ASU Libraries and is supported by the Andy Warhol Foundation, Helme Prinzen Endowment, ASU Design and the Arts Library, and Paramo Galeria. 

Visit the library website for directions and hours.

Also on view: "The Tower of Knowledge" at Hayden Library and "Decomiso" at ASU Art Museum.

Numero Exhibit Image

Design and the Arts Library

For More Information Contact:

Design and the Arts Library
480-965-6400 https://lib.asu.edu/design

Last Event: Monday Nov. 5 All Day

Wild Edible Botanicals of North America

Exhibit runs Nov. 6, 2018, to Jan. 31, 2019.

Share

A photographic survey of the wild edible botanicals of North America is on display at the Polytechnic campus library.

The artist is Jim Fike, a photographer who excavates plants, photographs them in his studio and digitally illustrates the photographs. He then renders the edible elements in vibrant colors, leaving the rest of the plant to read as a contact print. 

Fike has photographed more than 120 plants in 10 different states and plans to create a complete survey across the United States. 

 

photograph of a California Poppy

Academic Center, Lower Level

For More Information Contact:

Katherine Sullivan
ASU Library
Katherine.M.Sullivan@asu.edu

Last Event: Thursday Dec. 13 2 p.m. - 3 p.m.
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ASU Library will be offering drop-in sessions to provide in-person support for the migration of your RefWorks citation data to a new citation manager (Zotero, Mendeley or EndNote).

Bring your laptop and library staff will help you set up a new account, add your RefWorks data and get comfortable adding new files and citations. Participants without laptops are also welcome to attend, but they will not have hands-on experience in the session. 

Because of low usage and new technology platforms, ASU Library will be ending its subscription to RefWorks, effective June 30, 2019. Learn more here.

Other scheduled drop-in sessions are listed below. If you are unable to attend one of these drop-in sessions, please check lib.asu.edu/refworks-transition for information about future sessions.

Downtown Phoenix campus
Thursday, Nov. 8
10 to 11 a.m.
Downtown Library, University Center L1-82

Thursday, Dec. 13
2 to 3 p.m.
Downtown Library, University Center L1-82

Tempe campus
Tuesday, Nov. 13
10 to 11 a.m.
Noble Library, Instruction Room

Tuesday, Dec. 11
2 to 3 p.m.
Noble Library, Instruction Room

West campus
Tuesday, Nov. 6
1 to 2:30 p.m. 
Fletcher Library 101

Tuesday, Dec. 4
10 to 11:30 a.m.
Fletcher Library 101

Polytechnic campus
Tuesday, Nov. 20
10 to 11 a.m.
Polytechnic Library, Academic Center 20

Tuesday, Dec. 18
2 to 3 p.m.
Polytechnic Library, Academic Center 20

RefWorks transition

University Center L1-82, Downtown Library

For More Information Contact:

Matt Ogborn
ASU Library
matt.ogborn@asu.edu

Last Event: Thursday Dec. 6 All Day
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Since 2006, Guillermo Faivovich and Nicolas Goldberg, the Argentinian contemporary artist duo, have been engaged in an intensive and wide-ranging research project — "A Guide to Campo del Cielo" — that forms the basis of their practice. Campo del Cielo is located in northern Argentina and was the site of a meteor shower an estimated 4,000 years ago.

This all-encompassing installation reveals an encounter with a 120-pound meteorite gifted in 2014 to the artists by William Cassidy, a planetary geologist from the University of Pittsburgh. The multi-layered web of connections created in this installation emphasizes the inherent necessities in collaboration as it crosses the boundaries between time, science and art, culture and politics.

Located in Hayden Library, this exhibit is part of the Visual LIT series, a collaboration between ASU Art Museum and ASU Libraries and is supported by the Andy Warhol Foundation, Helme Prinzen Endowment, ASU Design and the Arts Library, and Paramo Galeria. 

Visit the library website for directions and hours.

Also on view: "numero" at ASU Design and the Arts Library and "Decomiso" at ASU Art Museum.

Tower of Knowledge Exhibit metiorite

Hayden Library

For More Information Contact:

Design and the Arts Library
480-965-6400 https://lib.asu.edu/design

Last Event: Thursday Dec. 6 All Day
Share

Since 2006, Guillermo Faivovich and Nicolas Goldberg, the Argentinian contemporary artist duo, have been engaged in an intensive and wide-ranging research project — "A Guide to Campo del Cielo" — that forms the basis of their practice. Campo del Cielo is located in northern Argentina and was the site of a meteor shower an estimated 4,000 years ago.

For this exhibition, 12 unique prints further the artists’ current line of research examining a meteorite.  New images are harvested from thinly sliced sections of the meteorite under a petrographic microscope, an expedition to reveal the stunningly brilliant and mysterious silicate inclusions. 

Located in the Design and the Arts Library, this exhibit is part of the Visual LIT series, a collaboration between ASU Art Museum and ASU Libraries and is supported by the Andy Warhol Foundation, Helme Prinzen Endowment, ASU Design and the Arts Library, and Paramo Galeria. 

Visit the library website for directions and hours.

Also on view: "The Tower of Knowledge" at Hayden Library and "Decomiso" at ASU Art Museum.

Numero Exhibit Image

Design and the Arts Library

For More Information Contact:

Design and the Arts Library
480-965-6400 https://lib.asu.edu/design

Last Event: Monday Nov. 5 All Day

Wild Edible Botanicals of North America

Exhibit runs Nov. 6, 2018, to Jan. 31, 2019.

Share

A photographic survey of the wild edible botanicals of North America is on display at the Polytechnic campus library.

The artist is Jim Fike, a photographer who excavates plants, photographs them in his studio and digitally illustrates the photographs. He then renders the edible elements in vibrant colors, leaving the rest of the plant to read as a contact print. 

Fike has photographed more than 120 plants in 10 different states and plans to create a complete survey across the United States. 

 

photograph of a California Poppy

Academic Center, Lower Level

For More Information Contact:

Katherine Sullivan
ASU Library
Katherine.M.Sullivan@asu.edu

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