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Tiffany Lange’s newest series “Hyperconnection”, examines overstimulation and anxiousness through abstraction. After a year of increased screen time during quarantine and continual distractions through notifications, a search to decipher between the online static fix and a genuine interaction has been arduous. The desire to unplug yet the fear of missing out is constantly creating dissonance.
In these works of art, pendulous shapes are built upon the painting surfaces through repetitive layers that bear resemblance to multiple tabs on the screen and app icons. Diversions on the painting surface echo disrupted thoughts and an impulse to move onto the next thing. Lange’s paintings and sculptural works capture that transient fix with permanence, asking audiences to ponder the glow and flicker of screens differently.
About Tiffany Lange
Tiffany Lange received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in painting and a minor in art history from the University of Wisconsin-Stout. There she served as the Bud and Betty Micheels Artist-in-Residence for 2015-2016 and was published in UW-Stout’s annual Journal of Student Research. Lange attended Elsewhere Studios in Paonia, CO, and has exhibited in the Twin Cities and nationally. She is currently the Gallery and Development Coordinator at Soo Visual Arts Center in Minneapolis, MN and works out of a studio space in Lowertown St. Paul.
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