Art of Lauren Pakradooni on display at Epsilon Spires
Multimedia art by Lauren Pakradooni.

Art of Lauren Pakradooni on display at Epsilon Spires

BRATTLEBORO — Join Epsilon Spires in welcoming artist Lauren Pakradooni to the Epsilon Spires Gallery, 190 Main St., during Gallery Walk on Friday, Nov. 1. Multimedia artist Pakradooni will incorporate kinetic sculpture, printmaking, and sound in her installation.

Two wall-mounted sculptural panels will project sound that will complement and contrast with two free-standing sculptures with internal speakers.

The free-standing acrylic glass sculptures will be interactive, housing speakers and sand that, when turned over, will behave like an hourglass, with falling sand slowly cancelling out the projected sound.

Pakradooni holds an MFA in Printmaking from Rhode Island School of Design and a BA from Hampshire College.

She is currently a visiting assistant professor of art at Ursinus College in Pennsylvania, teaching drawing and sculpture. Her work has been exhibited in solo and group exhibitions internationally at a variety of venues.

Pakradooni has been awarded fellowships and residencies by the Virginia Commonwealth University Qatar, The Wassaic Project, Women's Studio Workshop, Kimmel Harding Nelson Center for the Arts, AS220, and The University of Texas at Austin.

She is the co-founder of Pressure Club, a print publishing studio and gallery in Philadelphia. Pakradooni performs records and performs music under the moniker Tether.

This event is free of charge. The installation will be available to view on Gallery Walk and during events and performances at Epsilon Spires. To learn more or sign up for email updates, visit

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