Title of Work
Date of Work
Lithograph, chin colle
Art & Design Study Collection
On Display, First Floor, South entrance
Chester Fritz Library
Kim William Fink is a Professor in the Department of Art & Design at the University of North Dakota, where he teaches printmaking.
Fink's art often explores the ways in which cultural memory is produced. His work calls attention to the images and meanings that create individual and collective identities. Fink also explores the influence of popular culture and postmodern perspectives on identity.
A note from the artist:
"'Plein Aire Landscape', part of an individual suite dealing with DNA as a theme. I chose images that include DNA, but also a ship diagram of slaves placement for travel to the America, and the Greek 'Antikythera Mechanism', touted as the first computer."
This artwork has been custom framed in archival materials
Images are provided for educational purposes only and may not be reproduced for commercial use. Images may be protected by artist copyright. A credit line is required to be used for any public non-commercial educational purpose. The credit line must include, “Image courtesy of the University of North Dakota.”