When you touch someone, you feel their skin while they feel yours. More than anything else, I am interested in induced states of solitude, silence, and inwardness through the use of screens and moving images.
One day, I was awaken by a phone call from my old friend in China and I realized that it had been a long time since anyone had called me by my Chinese name.
The use of technology in educational media has evolved from being a political pool of governments to the click-through rate of search engine optimizers and websites targeting users with advertisements.
We respect the roles and views of all members of our college community and operate our institution in a spirit of collegiality and transparent communication.
To draw performances of light in the landscape, I treat the stylus as light and the paper as landscape. These things can either be harmful or helpful. Thanks to my family: But somehow, through convincing visual cues, Mishra suspends belief, and it makes sense.
This installation has been created as a forum for social interaction. I am talking about the membrane in between two or three seemingly different substances, which are, surprisingly, not totally foreign to each other. I construct my paintings like we construct the world around us, to suit our needs.
A degree view coupled with full control of the camera allows for the continuous observation of this place, its residents, and their public activities.
These everyday spaces are the monuments of our past and the landscape of our present. Her style—a whirlwind of brushy marks, drawing lines, drips, and vibrant colors—lends itself to the multilayered narrative of her main subject: What good is having faith in dark times?
The work stems from a practice of photographing in the real world, as I encounter it, and making constructions, which respond to my encounters, in a studio setting. The technical understanding of its process allows us to communicate in more abstract or in more specific ways. Warm, soft light on the faces of friends over dinner.
To overcome them is a struggle that is mirrored in biological evolution by adaptation. At another, a young man in a black and white striped shirt stands smoking a cigarette, framed by a green field and overcast sky.
It does not immediately come to mind that a finger brushing across a photograph of an ocean would not make the sound of waves crashing or that throwing rocks at a beer can would not incite a crescendo of bursting balloons. We are committed to rich engagement with our communities.
How Dressel manages to make bronze feel flexible—stretchable—is no small feat. The object is stationary but has all the line and motion of water spraying from a fountain. The Master and the Apprentice are hard to distinguish from one another when they are not engaged in their trade.
The interior and external journey provide subject and frame for her creative practice. Anomia is a condition in which one can not remember a name of an object. The connotation of the red fabric I use in Anomia has been changing over the time.
My perspective on life changed as I learned from people on the autism spectrum. The single wavelength yellow light of sodium lamps in a parking lot. Her photographic work draws from her experience as a first generation immigrant with a focus on family and Mexican-American communities.
It teases me, saying, catch me if you can. By creating a range of solutions to engage community members in the self-identification process I hope to exhibit the distinct parallel between the uncertainty of human connection and the category of dynamic media.
With both sculpture and video, I explore materiality and movement in time, with its pauses and reflections, offering a chance to linger in a fleeting moment and giving permanence to the fragile and ephemeral.
The light moves quickly through the scenery connecting the organic and the architecture. The show is overwhelming in the sheer quantity of pieces on display as well as its overall strength—each of the MFA candidates merits praise for a cohesive and captivating body of work.
Achieve your wildest dreams. At the conclusion of the program, candidates return to FAWC for a thesis exhibit and review. If we lost our stock of labels we may be intellectually lost in the midst of the world. This fear became the thesis of my show.MassArt Film/Video Thesis Screening, Museum of Fine Arts, Huntington Ave., MASSACHUSETTS COLLEGE OF ART AND DESIGN MFA THESIS SHOW Through May MFA THESIS SHOW The Massachusetts College of Art and Design Graduate Thesis Exhibition showcases the unique work of selected graduate students who are in their final years of their respective programs as well as candidates for an MFA degree.
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Opening Reception: August 2, 6pm-8pm Featured Artists: Leslie Fandrich Keith M. Francis Laura Ganci Julia Luteran Hama Pertab Briana Pierce Taryn Pizza Colleen Quinn Susan Rice Rachel Rizzo Kat. MassArt Film/Video Thesis Screening, Museum of Fine Arts, Huntington Ave., MASSACHUSETTS COLLEGE OF ART AND DESIGN MFA THESIS SHOW Through May Artwork from MassArt's MFA Thesis exhibitions.
16mm multichannel projection, Bakalar Gallery, MFA Thesis Show, Stills from the film installation, Intervals, 16mm multichannel. Massachusetts College Of Art And Design.
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