Peter Eudenbach Shows at Chroma Art Lab

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      Elizabeth Howard

      Chroma, on the main floor of Vault Virginia
      First Friday,
      June 7th, from 5:00-7:00 PM


      Peter Eudenbach:

      Peter Eudenbach uses sculpture, video, photography, and curatorial projects to explore relationships and poetic connections between function, absurdity and serendipity, while challenging our expectations of the commonplace. In Nocturne, Eudenbach photographs a vintage ice cream scoop, illuminated by the artist at changing angles, to replicate the stages of the moon. Or, in the work for which the exhibition is named, a cyanotype time exposure of a music stand summons a connection between the visual and the auditory. Beethoven’s famous Moonlight Sonata by that name was inspired by a visual phenomenon; set to music by a deaf composer.
      A recipient of the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts Fellowship in 2007, Eudenbach’s work has been shown nationally and internationally at venues such as Exit Art in New York; the Kunstverein Grafschaft Bentheim in Neuenhaus, Germany; the Taubman Museum of Art in Roanoke, Virginia; the Redwood Library in Newport, Rhode Island, and at the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art in Charleston, SC. Eudenbach’s work is in permanent collections including the Dollar Tree Corporation, and the Barry Art Museum in Norfolk, VA, and the Weatherspoon Museum in Greensboro, NC. He lives in Norfolk, VA, where he is a Professor in the Art Department at Old Dominion University.

      Continuing in Vault Virginia’s Great Halls for the final month are Ann Cheeks: Moving Through Infinity, and David Copson: Events from the Ultima Thule

      The exhibitions run through June 28th. Galleries are located on the main floor of Vault Virginia, 3rd Street S.E. across from the Front Porch Music School, and are open for viewing weekdays from 10:00-4:00, or otherwise by private appointment by contacting Deborah at

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