I am reaching out so that we might reflect on our past six weeks apart, look toward the close of this historic term, and begin to consider the shape of the coming fall.
Month: April 2020
Recently, first year student Milo Tayao spoke with senior Coco Allred about how her artistic practice has changed since she began working from home.
I have been collecting fallen leaves to create an animation of the daily rituals that are subtly changing because of the pandemic.
I create sculptures with absurd functionality that sit in contrast to the ease and optimization expected from the designs they mimic.
I’m fascinated by the fierce, lawless imagination that children have, and how it thrives in the shadow of a real world filled with terrible loss.
I work between drawing, cut-paper, ceramics, and video.
In a new video series, School of Art technicians demonstrate 3D modeling using Meshmixer, a bookbinding technique, and photogrammetry.
I’m most excited about my work with material technologies on the fringe of abject.
I’m trying to wrangle a whole bunch of big ideas about capitalism and family and memory and trauma and empathy and the super out-of-touch idea that humans can somehow ‘escape’ into space.
My work references the things that reside at the edges of our awareness and understanding; the impossibly big and the incomprehensibly small.