For “Monopines” at Not Gallery in Austin, TX Everest Pipkin MFA ’18 and Alex Lukas MFA ’18 show new prints, drawings, generative animation, and small sculpture where these faked and altered natural objects have escaped corporate and personal usage and become wild.
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Created within the current political tumult, new works by the 2018 CMU School of Art MFA candidates examine pop culture fantasies of entertainment, capital, and collapse.
For the Interactive Design and Art Department, Katie Rose Pipkin will talk about her work at the Maryland Institute College of Art on October 25.
MFA Candidate KR Pipkin presents an exhibition of new drawings, sculpture, video, and generative work around the idea of digital water.
Produced alongside the political theatre of 2017, “Highest Grossing Film: The Sequel” approaches issues of capital, entertainment, and collapse.
Beginning September 22, CMU MFA candidates will have a new off-campus space to develop and exhibit work, collaborate with other artists and thinkers, and enrich the artistic and cultural dialogue of Pittsburgh and beyond.
Interrupt 4 is a digital language conference bringing together artists and academics, poets and programmers, game designers, musicians performers and more April 28 & 29 at Brown University, Providence, RI.
On the Ground is a series featuring research by graduate and undergraduate School of Art students at Carnegie Mellon University that offers a glimpse into the particular contexts, processes, and methods of inquiry that drive their work beyond the confines of the studio. This installment comes from Katie Rose Pipkin, a 2018 Masters of Fine Arts candidate whose is a drawing and language artist from the woods outside of Austin, TX.
Closing party during the downtown gallery crawl for the School of Art’s annual First and Second Year MFA exhibition. “The Very Best Deserts”, showcases new work by a diverse group of eleven emerging artists working in a range of methodologies, conceptual frameworks, and media.
Katie Rose Pipkin MFA ’18 exhibits in “Invisible Cities”, a show about differing infrastructures, mediated systems, the parafictional, and the digital baroque. The exhibition opens Apr 18 at Columbia University, on view through May 20.