The Terminal Physical Space Presents the Work of Valerie Sullivan Fuchs



The Terminal Physical Space is pleased to announce an exhibition of the work of Valerie Sullivan Fuchs from March 4 – 15, 2013.

The Terminal Physical Space is located in the entryway of APSU’s Woodward Library.



Valerie Sullivan Fuchs ( is an artist who works with film, video, video installation, sound, and sculpture to encounter the industrial and electric forms, which mediate our direct relationship with nature, the land and each other. Her work has been shown at “Transparencies and Trans-formations in Contemporary American Art,” U.S. Embassy, Stockholm, Sweden (2010-11); New Albany Public Art Project: Bicentennial Series, New Albany, Indiana (2010-11); Contemporary Arts Forum, Santa Barbara, California (2007); Non Grata Film and Video Festival, Pärnu, Estonia (2006); Galerie Eugene Lendl, Graz, Austria (2005); BELEF Art Festival, Belgrade, Serbia; and “Presence,” Speed Art Museum, Louisville, Kentucky (2005). She has received grants from the Sony Corporation, the Kentucky Arts Council (Al Smith Individual Artist Fellowship), and the Kentucky Foundation for Women. Sullivan Fuchs’ work has been reviewed in Art Papers, Dialogue, American Theatre, the Louisville Courier-Journal, the Louisville Eccentric Observer, and MIT’s electronic journal Leonardo. Beauty Unlimited, 2012 an anthology published in 2012, included a review by Fuchs.  She has published articles in Pitch Magazine and the Louisville Eccentric Observer.  Fuchs is a full-time Lecturer with the Fine Art College’s School of Art & Visual Studies, at the University of Kentucky.

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