"... within the ranks of art students and faculty. A renegade sculptor had apparently assembled a guerrilla wire and steel installation in front of Andrews Hall, without permits or permission. It was an either an eyesore, magnificent, vandalism, free expression, junk, or art, depending on who you spoke to."
"The decision to leave it in place or have it removed was taken out of the hands of the faculty when the workmen arrived to install the thing, the base support for a new satellite dish, on the roof of Andrews." —Bill Fisher
William "Bill" Fisher received his M.F.A. from Ohio University in 1996 and his B.A. from William & Mary in 1985. From 1989 to 1993, he was an apprentice to woodblock Master Toshii Yoshida in Tokyo, Japan. Currently Bill is an associate professor and chair of the Department of Art at Georgia College & State University in Milledgeville, Georgia. His exhibitions/performances include District Fine Arts Gallery in Washington, D.C.; Phoebe Conley Gallery at California State University in Fresno, California; Glass Gallery at the University of Texas, El Paso; and Jewett Arts Center Galleries at Wellesley College in Wellesley, Massachusetts.
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