Ashton’s work primarily deals with documenting human interaction with each other and their environments
Month: September 2020
Chodos, who has served as director of the Miller ICA since 2017, will remain in that role independent of her new faculty position in the School of Art.
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I want to show that nothing is absolutely a “mistake.”
Michelle CaoBiding OxAnimation, 3 second loop I imagined a more monstrous character with which I wanted to study how windblown hair and breathing moves. With this character, I’ve always been trying to push her ferocity, both in motion and in design. Many elements of her appearance are inspired by how the eyes and teeth of… Read more »
I’m interested in the idea of imagined ecosystems represented by unrecognizable bodies behaving in ways that are cohesive with the materials and systems existing within that imagined space
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the School reconfigured the On the Ground grants to support art making at home during the summer.
Professor Imin Yeh will give an online presentation titled “Simple Magic: Constructed Experiences in Paper.”
Hames’ work “Sequestered” is included in the show “Lithography Online Exhibition” organized by Megalo Print Studio of Canberra, Australia.
Jessica Gaynelle Moss in an artist and arts worker focused on new frameworks and strategies to build, maintain, and sustain Black autonomous spaces.