I build virtual worlds and try to make them look awesome. That mostly translates to making games and illustrations.
Month: April 2021
The panel, featuring Abigail Child, Ken Jacobs, and Ruth Novaczek, is organized the the Film-makers Coop in New York City.
I make paintings and sculptures that deal with familiarity, non-specificity, and texture.
Joe Mannino has inspired students to discover the pleasures of one of the world’s oldest art materials and to reimagine the possibilities of clay.
Professor Kim’s paper “Bathing Jocks: Filming Queer Korea in LA” discusses nonwhite corporeality and self-imagery coalescing irresolvable queer potentials.
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Shapass’ work is a data-driven self-portrait in which she captures herself replying to texts from romantic partners who were gaslighting her.
“Family Tree Whakapapa” visualizes the tree as refuge and livelihood, consumed and consuming, under assault and triumphant, as historical record, and as harbinger of things to come.
I am a multimedia artist creating work with commentary on contemporary American issues through a lens of athletics.
In both her artwork and teaching, Carol Kumata combines a respect for technique with an understanding of art’s role in illuminating the human condition.