EDISON — An eclectic art exhibit opened at Middlesex County College on Thursday, Sept. 27. The work, by artist Julia Randall, is called “Blown” and she uses bubble imagery as a metaphor to explore the passage of time, the susceptibility of the body, and desire. The program included a musical performance of the compositions of David Adamcyk, who wrote his pieces inspired by Randall’s work.
The exhibit continues through Nov. 2 at the Studio Theatre Gallery on the Edison campus. It is open weekdays from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
At the opening, from left, Middlesex students Collin Khan (Fords) and Marlene Beniquez (Port Reading), talk with artist Julia Randall and musician David Adamcyk about the piece called “Sour Apple.”
Joyler Baguet (Edison) examines a piece called “Bubblehead #2.”
Jamel Tejeda (Perth Amboy) looks at one of the massive images from the series “Blown.” (All photos courtesy of Middlesex County College)
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