R/SF’s weekend continues with a new experimental artwork by Caitlin Petersen. The audio-visual piece “Fools Day” challenges issues of privacy, honesty and communication. Peterson’s work reflects on the disjointed uses of language and questions human defaults in memory formation. How do these mortal tendencies survive and flourish in our technologically focused world? “Fools Day” aims to ask viewers...what is The Problem?
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Caitlin Petersen is a mixed-media artist working primarily in sculpture, installation and painting. Petersen explores memory, language, communication and the inbetween by probing the deeply personal to expose the universal. She received her BA from San Diego State University in Painting and Printmaking. She is currently working towards her MFA at San Francisco Art Institute.
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