Noise on the Wall: Exhibition by Amos Kennedy

Exhibition Dates: November 15- December 6, 2019

Mr. Kennedy is suspected of Lettrist leanings and anti-archival activities. His convictions include: explosion of the First Principles of Typography, transporting incendiary equipment across state lines, assault with deadly aphorisms and the corruption of the youth. He has been placed on the USPS watchlist total disregard for addressing standards. He should be considered armed with humor and dangerous to complacency.

Kennedy earned his MFA in graphic design from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1997, and has gone on to lecture and teach around the world. In 2015, Kennedy was named a United States Artist Glasgow Fellow; recognition as one of America’s most accomplished and innovative artists. Kennedy is the recipient of the Mid-American Print Council’s 2020 Outstanding Printmaker Award.

“I believe printing, especially the kind of printing that I do is a very democratic thing. And I believe that people need to have that. We need to break down this wall of exclusivity.”