Sarah Hobbs Exhibit: A Westobou Event

Thursday September 29, 2011

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Sarah Hobbs's carefully staged photographs explore phobias and obsessive compulsive behavior. What sets Hobbs apart from other photographers working in a similar vein is that she both constructs an illusion and at the same time exposes its materiality to the viewer. Her large-scale works concerned with "problem" behavior, the small photographs feel more like the result of psychoanalysis: controlled, neatly stacked, perfectly piled and orderly. Her Westobou contributions will include an exhibition of her photography and the construction on a site-specific instillation.

 View her exhibit "Flight in Place" from September 21st through October 8th at the Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art.


Arts & Culture, Festivals


Starts at 3:30pm

Admission Fee/Ticket Price:



  • ASU University Hall 170
  • 2500 Walton Way
  • Augusta, GA


Westobou Festival Website

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