McColl Center for Art + Innovation presents prompt, an exhibition of new installations by Alumni Artists-in-Residence Quisqueya Henríquez (2011), Susan Lee-Chun (2011), and Willie Little (1999). The artists were charged with creating an installation within a period of four weeks. They are:
1. Create an artwork that uses the following pairs of words as the catalyst: divisions and differences; connections and intersections.
2. The work must include one material, technique, process, or approach that is new to you.
3. The work must have an interactive element to it in which the viewer can move a part or parts around to create different relationships, narratives, or ideas.
Each artist interprets and integrates these prompts and parameters into their installation as they so choose. The result is a gallery of inspired work by three very different artists, yet connected in many ways.