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Month: September 2020
My parents think this work is weird, and I agree.
Jen DeLunaSummer 2005, 93°F, 85% Humidity 48 in x 60 in Acrylic, oil, glitter, rhinestones, felt on canvas I have felt that this painting marks a turning point in how I’ve thought about not only my artwork but the way I approach each piece. It’s not only the largest painting I’ve created thus far, it’s… Read more »
Lauren’s research interests include language and the creation of meaning through systems and methods of communication.
As an artist, Lauren’s work explores an evolving tendency to integrate ourselves (willingly and unwillingly) with machines.
We denounce the racist vandalism that occurred earlier this week on The Fence, which changed “Black Lives Matter” to “All Lives Matter”
The festival takes place through an online platform, as well as the unique public infrastructure of LED screens located in the heart of Denver, Colorado.
Laura Hudspith MFA ’23 has been awarded an international artist grant from the Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation for the production of her ongoing body of work “Illness and Objecthood,” as she pursues her Masters of Fine Arts at Carnegie Mellon University. These prestigious grants are awarded to artists working in figuration and other representational modes. Foundation… Read more »
Caroline Yoo MFA ’23 with collaborator Kayla Tange performs “Nine, Mine (Man-Eater | 남자 잡아 먹는 여우)” in the online event “Sacred Wounds” on September 2. Curated by Kayla Tange and Wang Newton, “Sacred Wounds” explores traditions, history and truths and how they can be transformed into visionary offerings. The event creates a space for… Read more »
The theme of 2020’s festival is “Tarot” and each week a new program consisting of around 10 video art pieces will be presented as a Reading.