Nashville Byline: Greg Pond and Cornel Novac at the Fugitive Art Center; "Altered Spaces" at the Cheekwood Museum of Art Installation Gallery
Studio Art and Art History (Pitzer)
review, art show, performance, greg pond, cornel novac
Jenna Paradies, (March 16 through April 27) an installation at the Fugitive Art Center by sculptor and Fugitive founder Greg Pond, was the third in a series of new projects by Pond billed under the collective title, Nature is Leaving Us. Part one, Frontier Romance, showed at Zeitgeist Gallery in February; part two, Beyond the Hedge, showed at Rule of Thirds through most of March and April. For the third installment, Pond collaborated with Cornel Novac, a student from Moldava, who has his own career as an electronic musician and records under the name "Jenna Paradies." Novac took the name from a train station in Germany, which was, in turn, borrowed by Pond for the title of this exhibition. (Having trouble keeping up?)
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Anthes, Bill. “Nashville Byline: Greg Pond and Cornel Novac at the Fugitive Art Center;‘ Altered Spaces’ at the Cheekwood Museum of Art Installation Gallery.” Number: An Independent Journal of the Arts, vol. 17, no. 2 (2003): 8–9.