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Works by Aron Fischer & Lacey Campbell

Exhibition: August 19 - September 25

Meet artists Lacey Campbell and Aron Fischer during the Gallery Reception: September 25, 2015; 5:00pm-7:00pm

Join Lacey Campbell in a free, public event on Thursday, Sept. 24 at 7pm in the Blue Room on the Moberly Campus as she discusses furniture design and her experience on SpikeTV's reality show Framework.


Aron Fischer

Artist Statement:
My sculptural work is comprised of tool-like objects of unknown utility. Each object is made up of materials traditionally used both in Art and Craft contexts, and are reminiscent of hand tools, but whose purpose is obscured, or even unknowable. By displaying them on Shaker-inspired peg rails, inherently utilitarian fixtures and non-sequiturs in a gallery context, each installation blurs the line between the functional and non-functional. These objects aim to problematize how hand tools, and by implication the handiwork skills they require, are appraised in today's society.


Aron Fischer received his BFA in Studio Art from the University of Missouri - St. Louis, and his MFA in Sculpture from the University of Missouri - Columbia. In between his BFA and MFA, he was a Senior Display Coordinator for Anthropologie. He and his Husband, John Steven Cummins, opened the second run of their project "Conversed" at Fort Gondo Compound for the Arts in St. Louis, Missouri in January, 2014. Aron has been awarded residencies in Columbia, MO, Deer Isle, ME at Hay- stack Mountain School of Crafts, and was awarded an artist fellowship at the Vermont Studio Center for April 2015. He has shown in New York, Boston, New Orleans, Chicago and L.A.

Aron runs a provision line, Facture Goods, and works with restaurants and boutiques in Missoula, MT, Cape May, NJ, St. Louis, MO, San Diego, CA, San Francisco, CA, Portland, OR, Dallas, TX, Kansas City, MO, Washington D.C., New York, NY and Chicago, IL. More information can be found at www.facturegoods.com.

Aron is living and working in Columbia, MO with his Husband, John Cummins, and their two dogs, Toby and Jack.


Gallery of Works:

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    Lacey Campbell


    Growing up on her family's cattle and hog farm in Missouri, Lacey Campbell learned the value of hard work. On the farm, Lacey taught herself building and design by re-purposing scrap materials and tinkering with machines. Further pursuing her interests, Lacey obtained a BFA in Furniture Design from Savannah College of Art & Design, and then started working for Sauder as a furniture designer. During her time at Sauder, Lacey traveled the world, picking up the latest trends from furniture shows and factories. When Lacey's not hard at work, gracefully solving unique designs problems, she enjoys listening to her boyfriend's band 'Tis.'


    Gallery of Works:

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