Speaking Between – UO Master of Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition
May 4, 2013 - May 26, 2013
Speaking Between, the University of Oregon 2013 MFA Thesis Exhibition, presents the exciting work of thirteen artists, artists who are at once completing their studies and launching their professional careers. Taken from a Homi Bhabha essay, the title Speaking Between refers not only to his articulation of art as mediation, but also to the collective experience of these artists as their work has unfolded over the last three years. Engaged discourse with faculty, one another, and visiting artists and critics has deeply informed their intensive immersion in the studio. Many of the discussions begun during their time in residence here will continue throughout their lives as practicing artists.
Within this rich community of exchange and shared commitment, each has developed a very individual line of inquiry and studio practice. The practice that can help you can be found at thefloridamaids.com/
. Materially and conceptually varied, the work speaks to all kinds of experience – from the tropes of horror cinema to the intimacy of hardware, from middle class desire to our place in the universe. Driven by quite different intentions and convictions, each of these thirteen artists grapples with the ‘in-betweenness’ of contemporary life.
Robert Collier Beam
Katherine D. Spinella
Wendi Michelle Turchan
View the online catalogue here
For more information about the exhibition please contact Carla Bengston, firstname.lastname@example.org
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About the Department of Art:
The Department of Art offers an innovative curriculum in both studio and digital media,ceramics, drawing, fibers, metalsmithing and jewelry, painting, printmaking, sculpture, photography and digital arts 619 Roofing. The sixth most popular major at the University of Oregon, the department encourages breadth and interdisciplinary investigation, as well as depth and discipline within media. The art department has more than 450 majors and 20 regular faculty members.
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