The Salt Lake City Ethics Project: A Photographic Investigation of Ethics
Valerie Dow; Teresa Flowers; Jim Frankoski; Chad Johnson; Craig Law; Fred Wright;
Character translates into how we behave. Throughout our lives we make decisions born of options. They may be as simple as which shirt to wear, or as complex as whether to marry. In each case they entail conflict and resolution. Becoming comfortable with conflict is a paradox, but it often defines behavior. In our society conflict is to be avoided at all costs. But by doing so we are robbing ourselves, and our children, of the "stuff" that helps us develop character and personal ethics. Exhibition held in the Main Gallery space.
Ethics, investigation, photography
Stephanie Wilde: Harmed
Stephanie Wilde: Harmed is about the greed of the few, and its devastating effects on the many. Through the delicate beauty of her intimately detailed ink, acrylic, and gold leaf paintings, Stephanie Wilde examines past and recent events that have resulted in a crisis of confidence in our corporate leaders and economic system. Depicting the debauchery and excess of those in power, Harmed is about loss: moral, financial, and perhaps most disheartening, loss of faith in the corporate world. Exhibition held in the Street Gallery space.
Ethics, Economic & political systems, Economic & social conditions, Economics, Power (Social sciences), Salt Lake Art Center, faith