Held at Donna Beam Gallery, your eye goes straight to a mural in the corner. First you are guided by a row of small framed prints, an exercise of minimalist seduction, then you turn the corner at another set of prints that are a colorful build of subtle obsession. The mural is a large-scale response to that build, a colorful climax trapped in a corner. The real study is upstairs, where Schroeder becomes performance artist to support her work about purity and corruption. It’s not what you think. But then again, it may be.
Her final set of scheduled performances will be Monday, March 16 to Wednesday, March 18, at 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. An artist reception is Friday, May 13, the same night and across the lawn from Audrey Barcio's site specific exhibition at Grant Hall Gallery. The art jaunt between the two receptions starts at 6 p.m. and allows viewers to see how two woman artists work their rooms in different ways.