Thomas Macaulay

Thomas Macaulay (1946 -)

Received a BA degree (sculpture, 1968) from Saint Olaf College, and MA (sculpture, 1970) and MFA (intermedia, 1971) degrees from the University of Iowa. One-person exhibitions of his works have been hosted by alternative galleries (P.S.1, NYC), commercial galleries (OK Harris, NYC), university galleries (Harvard University), and museums (Honolulu’s The Contemporary Museum). He has received fellowships from the Ohio expanded media courses in environmental installation and visual performance. Arts Council, the Asian Cultural Council, the Fulbright Commission and the John Simon Guggenheim Foundation. He teaches all levels of sculpture courses, and expanded media courses in environmental installation and visual performance. Thomas Macaulay received a BA degree (sculpture, 1968) from Saint Olaf College, and MA (sculpture, 1970) and MFA (intermedia, 1971) degrees from the University of Iowa. One-person exhibitions of his works have been hosted by alternative galleries (P.S.1, NYC), commercial galleries (OK Harris, NYC), university galleries (Harvard University), and museums (Honolulu’s The Contemporary Museum). He’s received fellowships from the Ohio Arts Council, the Asian Cultural Council, the Fulbright Commission and the John Simon Guggenheim Foundation. He teaches all levels of sculpture courses, and expanded media courses in environmental installation and visual performance. In his temporary Installation (1992) in the Mather Gallery (Thwing Hall) for the Putnam Collection , recorded and preserved in photographs, Macaulay, assisted by students, used painted paper and board, mostly black and white, to transform the Gallery space to create unexpected perspectives that evoked memorable visual and emotional responses.

Work in the collection:

18 Installation, 1992
Painted paper and board
Thwing Student Center Gallery, [1992.3]

The Putnam Sculpture Collection
Case Western Reserve University
11201 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, Ohio 44106-7110

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