madeline mace 

Artist Bio

Madeline Mace aims to challenge roles within a stereotypical American family, especially in relation to the feminine domestic life. She uses readymade objects associated with memories and/or masculine symbolism—specifically objects that evoke a sense of danger or threat. She confuses these objects by surrounding—and therefore controlling—them with fibrous materials that are delicate and soft. Repetition is a recurring theme in her work and how it relates to the female domestic experience in a controlled environment. 

press

2021 Fine Artist Challenges Gender Roles Through Her Art, daisymade blog

2019 Investigating Diversity interview by natalia perez

2017 artwork published in 71.5//Youth and Young Adult Magazine

education

2015 - 2020 BFA Fine Art, Religious Studies

cum laude — southern adventist university

solo exhibitions

2020 hysteria BFA thesis show, john c. williams gallery

2018 thread drawings, mckee library, collegedale, TN 

2016 linear perspective, mckee library, collegedale, TN

group exhibitions

2021 touch show, wavelength space, chattanooga, TN

2018 gallery art exhibition, AVA gallery, chattanooga, TN   

 2017 spring pop up show, art annex school of visual art and design, southern adventist university, collegedale, TN

2016 art exhibit and house concert, SOULFOOD community creative, chattanooga, TN

 

2016 winter pop up show, art annex school of visual art and design, southern adventist university, collegedale, TN

2016 spring pop up show, art annex school of visual art and design, southern adventist university, collegedale, TN

2015 winter pop up show, art annex school of visual art and design, southern adventist university, collegedale, TN

awards 

2020 excellence in fine art, awarded by dean of school of visual art and design

2015 excellence in fine art, awarded by dean of school of visual art and design