Wagner College Gallery artist’s talk, Oct. 22

Wagner College Gallery artist’s talk, Oct. 22

'the map, the target, the territory,' mixed media on paper, David Jacobsen Loncle

Please join us at the Wagner College Gallery for an exhibition of visual art and written words by David Jacobsen Loncle, on display from Sunday, Oct. 6 until Saturday, Oct. 26. The artist’s full title for the show is,

to hell with ______
everything (is)
speculation more accurate than reality,

but the shorthand title for the exhibition is “speculation more accurate than reality.”

The artist will give a talk in the Wagner College Gallery on Tuesday, Oct. 22 at 3 p.m.

Both the talk and the exhibition are free and open to the public.

The gallery is located in the Union Building on the Wagner College campus at 631 Howard Ave., Staten Island.

The Wagner College Gallery is open Tuesday through Sunday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., with extended hours on Thursday until 9 p.m.

“My installation features visual art (abstract paintings and works on paper) and written word (poems, aphorisms and conceptual provocations),” said David Jacobsen Loncle. Their purpose is “to evoke experiences and make open questions of our relationship to the way we see and how we arrive at understanding in the world.”

Jacobsen Loncle is a visual artist and writer who has taught classes in studio art and civics at the College of Staten Island for 10 years. His work was selected to participate in a 2017-18 traveling exhibition featuring prominent Staten Island artists at the Newhouse Gallery at Snug Harbor Cultural Center. Jacobsen Loncle selected and edited “To Whom the Shoe Fits: Letters to Young Painters,” a compilation of writing and artwork by the artist Pat Passlof, which was published in 2018 by the Milton Resnick and Pat Passlof Foundation. He is currently an artist-in-residence with the New York City arts organization Chashama.

For more about David Jacobsen Loncle, visit him on his website or on Instagram.

You can also watch a 2017 talk with Jacobsen Loncle on his YouTube channel, which coincided with his previous solo exhibition at the Newhouse Gallery for Contemporary Art at Snug Harbor Cultural Center.