3,300 | Kelly McGovern
March 7–25, 2016 | White Gallery
Reception: Wednesday, March 9, 2016 | 6–8pm
Curated by Maggie Heath
I met a man who delivered dynamite up mountainsides to construction sites in Canada. He said his wife was better at it.
I met a girl who’s brother died getting hit by a car. She said the Lord blinded the driver and it was her brother’s time to go.
3, 300 miles is 92 hours.
Kelly McGovern is a multimedia artist. Her work expresses a search for solace and a longing for escape. She has shown nationally in several major cities including New York, Philadelphia, Washington DC, Salt Lake City, and Portland, Oregon, as well as internationally in Hereford, UK. She received her BFA from Moore College of Art and Design in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and received her MFA from the Hallie Ford School of Graduate Studies at Pacific Northwest College of Art in Portland, Oregon.
3, 300 is a two‑part body of work consisting of five photographic prints and one looped video (7:44). The music was written and recorded by Matthew Settle and Sandi Polykov in Philadelphia, PA January–February 2016.