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Darryl Lauster Interviewed for The Wassaic ProjectPosted on August 12, 2010
Darryl Lauster is a Professor of Intermedia/Sculpture at the University of Texas at Arlington. He is currently working on a commissioned project with the Philadelphia Museum of Art has exhibited nationally at the Louise Wells Cameron Museum of Art, Appalachian State University and the John Michael Kohler Foundation. He has exhibited in Texas at the Barry Whistler Gallery, the Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston and the Dallas Center for Contemporary Art. His work can also be found in the permanent collection of the Museum of Fine Arts Houston, the University of Central Arkansas and McNeese State University. He has received numerous grants, including one from the Peter Reed Foundation in New York City, and has upcoming exhibitions at The Wassaic Project and The Thompson Gallery in Weston, MA. His work is based in the research of American history and mythology, and utilizes digital media, printmaking, sculpture and installation.