Sharmistha Ray is an artist, writer, and educator whose work includes paintings, drawings, printmaking, sculptures, installations, photographs, cultural programming, lectures, and hybrid texts. Their writings have been published in various online and print magazines including Art Asia Pacific, Hyperallergic, Artcritical, Ocula, Art India, and the India editions of Vogue and Elle.
Month: August 2020
Professor Imin Yeh’s work “300 non-instagrams” is part of the exhibition “South East North West: New Works from the Collection.”
Lena Chen MFA ’22 shows her work “Nurture,” created in collaboration with Molly Barber, in the Museum’s online exhibition “The Why of the Why Not.”
Hansen’s “Bird Project,” a collaboration with Tucker Marder MFA ’16, is one of the three projects the supported by the Center for the Arts in Society.
“The Wilderness” is part of an ongoing series that responds to invasive species including weeds, bugs, and humans.
Montinar’s work examines how the Haitian Revolutionary phrase “Koupe Tet, Boule Kay” has meaning today in the context of the Black Lives Matter movement.
In her video “Weaponizing Courtship”, Washko takes viewers on a digitally mediated deep-dive that explores the integration of military technology into video games and its manifestations in the male seduction field.
Professor Angela Washko‘s work is part of the exhibition “Open World: Video Games and Contemporary Art” on view at the Currier Museum of Art in Manchester, NH, beginning August 20. “Open World” explores how contemporary artists have been influenced by the culture of video games pervasive in popular culture since the 1970s. The exhibition features… Read more »
This summer, the School of Art organized a series of artist conversations—dubbed Summer School (of Art)—designed specifically for our students.
Nikolas Diamant’s work deals in existential horrors and jokes, dynamics of control, and lossy (or gainy?) functions.