Artist Jeff Rathermel, a visiting assistant professor at Carleton College in Northfield, Minn., measures the space in the Building 11 main art gallery. “As a whole, the project represents the human necessity to contextualize life through mapping, labeling, calculating, justifying, sorting, rationalizing and defining all that is possible,” Rathermel writes in a brochure explaining his installation, “Articulating the Infinite.”
Photo: Alyssa Leslie
Artist Jeff Rathermel, a visiting assistant professor at Carleton College in Northfield, Minn., measures the space in the Building 11 main art gallery. “As a whole, the project represents the human necessity to contextualize life through mapping, labeling, calculating, justifying, sorting, rationalizing and defining all that is possible,” Rathermel writes in a brochure explaining his installation, “Articulating the Infinite.”Photo: Alyssa Leslie
Artist Jeff Rathermel, a visiting assistant professor at Carleton College in Northfield, Minn., measures the space in the Building 11 main art gallery. “As a whole, the project represents the human necessity to contextualize life through mapping, labeling, calculating, justifying, sorting, rationalizing and defining all that is possible,” Rathermel writes in a brochure explaining his installation, “Articulating the Infinite.”
Photo: Alyssa Leslie
Rathermel installs the “Alpha & Omega” volume in his series “Articulating the Infinite,” which will be displayed through Nov. 14. Rathermel also serves as the executive director of the Minnesota Center for Books.Photo: Alyssa Leslie
Rathermel installs the “Alpha & Omega” volume in his series “Articulating the Infinite,” which will be displayed through Nov. 14. Rathermel also serves as the executive director of the Minnesota Center for Books.
Photo: Alyssa Leslie
“Articulating the Infinite” is an ongoing project started on the Lane campus in August 2012. Rathermel says his goal is to express the impossible — infinity.Photo: Alyssa Leslie
“Articulating the Infinite” is an ongoing project started on the Lane campus in August 2012. Rathermel says his goal is to express the impossible — infinity.
Photo: Alyssa Leslie
A row of magnifying glasses trains its gaze on pages depicting rows of numbers in Rathermel’s installation, which opened Oct. 21.Photo: Alyssa Leslie
A row of magnifying glasses trains its gaze on pages depicting rows of numbers in Rathermel’s installation, which opened Oct. 21.
Photo: Alyssa Leslie
The All/Universe” volume is created of screen and ink jet prints on handmade and commercial papers, as well as pamphlet bindings and an archival box, is just one of the many ways Rathermel attempts to express infinity.Photo: Alyssa Leslie
The All/Universe” volume is created of screen and ink jet prints on handmade and commercial papers, as well as pamphlet bindings and an archival box, is just one of the many ways Rathermel attempts to express infinity.
Photo: Alyssa Leslie
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