Belief in Zion
Delving into themes of representation and the current discussion of women’s voices, this display explores the idea of Zion and what Zion might be like, specifically in terms of women and womens’ voices in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Megan Geilman studied Art at the California College of the Arts and Brigham Young University. Her photographic and digital compositions explore gospel doctrine, social issues, and historical narrative from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Using art historical reference and symbolic objects, the artist seeks to explore these narratives and communicate them for new audiences.
Page Turner is an assemblage artist who creates sculptures from an expansive range of objects that she finds in the woods near her rural Virginia home. She has exhibited widely in Virginia, North Carolina, Kentucky, Washington, DC, and in Los Angeles.
Samantha Zauscher is a photographer, filmmaker, and content collaborator currently based in San Diego. With a founding career as a professional dancer (ballet), the human form and an intuitive knowledge of movement, performance, emotional aesthetics, and design lie at the root of her work. Her work can be found prominently at SOCIETY HOUSE studio.
Image: A Composition on Faith, Megan Geilman, 2016