If One Looks Down At The Earth From The Moon There Is No Virtual Distance Between The Louvre And The Zoo: Joseph G. Cruz

If One Looks Down At The Earth From The Moon There Is No Virtual Distance Between The Louvre And The Zoo: Joseph G. Cruz

LG Space | November 18–December 15, 2010
Opening reception: Thursday, November 18; 4–6 pm

If one looks down at the earth from the moon, there is no virtual distance between the Louvre and the Zoo is an investigation of the cultural/natural(ized) artifact and the form of the exposition. Joseph Cruz uses the myths surrounding the history and philosophy...

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Peeling Places: Liene Bosquê + Nicole Seisler

Peeling Places: Liene Bosquê + Nicole Seisler

Gallery X | November 16–December 4, 2011
Opening Reception: Tuesday, November 16; 4–6 pm

Liene Bosquê (MFA 2010) and Nicole Seisler (MFA 2010) work independently and collaboratively to highlight unseen elements of the sites and cities that we inhabit. Through the use of materials such as snow, clay, latex, and burlap, these artists create ephemeral...

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This Was The Kind Of Presentation Of All The Material: Benjamin Chaffee

This Was The Kind Of Presentation Of All The Material: Benjamin Chaffee

LG Space | October 14–November 4, 2010
Opening reception: Thursday, October 14; 4–6 pm

THIS WAS THE KIND OF PRESENTATION OF ALL THE MATERIAL is an exhibition in performance composed of objects, a lecture, and a play by Benjamin Chaffee (MFA 2011). Throughout the course of the exhibition, Chaffee will present a series of three talks: one by himself about positions, one by Brian...

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Surface Tension: Matthew Schlagbaum

Surface Tension: Matthew Schlagbaum

Gallery X | October 12–October 29, 2010
Opening Reception: Tuesday, October 12; 4–6 pm

In Surface Tension Matthew Schlagbaum (MFA 2011) presents a body of work examining his personal notions of masculinity as they have been affected by his relationship with his father. Combining photographic and sculptural strategies, Schlagbaum subtly manipulates...

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Art Is Hard!: Amy Schleser

Art Is Hard!: Amy Schleser

Gallery X | September 7–September 25, 201o
Opening Reception: Tuesday, September 7 ; 4–6 pm

Amy Schleser’s (BFA 2011) exhibition Art is Hard! presents a body of work investigating the rationales for art education in state-supported schools. Some educators are turning to arts integration (teaching art in the context of other school subjects) to...

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Blind Vision: Casilda Sanchez

Blind Vision: Casilda Sanchez

LG Space | September 2–September 23, 2010
Opening reception: Thursday, September 2; 4–6 pm

In Blind Vision, Casilda Sanchez (MFA 2011) proposes an immersion in the experience of sight and the role of looking within a social context. This exhibition uses video to pose a series of paradoxical encounters with blindness and vision. As Inside as the Eye can...

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