Life Passing By, High Season Miami Beach: Michael Loveland
Life Passing By: High Season, Miami Beach, (2022-2023) is an installation that collects social documentation and data from its location. Consisting of circular mosaic mirrored window tints that each pose a question, the work is activated as it calls attention to the passersby. As the day turns to night, the windows become illuminated with a warm red glow that emulates the sunset. This installation is a continuation of Loveland’s continued public inquiries and questioning of our surroundings. Placing light on the overlooked and simple moments of day-to-day life.
Loveland lives and works in Miami, Florida. He graduated from New World School of the Arts in Miami in 1991 and earned his Bachelor’s of Fine Arts degree (BFA) from the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore in 1994. He studied and worked in New York for 7 years before returning to Miami in 2001. Loveland’s works has been exhibited in many galleries, art fairs and exhibitions throughout the United States and Europe. His work is also included in many private collections such as Marty Margulies collection Miami, Virgin Hotel Chicago collection as well the permanent collections of the Brooklyn Art Museum, Perez Art Museum Miami and the Lowe Art Museum at the University of Miami.
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