Stetson’s large-scale mixed media drawings follow a cartographic impulse, using maps as a metaphor for human longing, expansion of self, and mortality. Her work explores topics such as wind and water currents and gyres, glacial melting, and planetary movement and exchange.
This exhibition will feature site-specific drawings and sculptures using surrealist automatism as a guiding principle. Loper’s work engages with local landscape as a departure point for the construction of unexpected forms, exploring the intersecting terrains of landscape, utopian architecture, and bodily organism.
Strange Bedfellows is a nationally traveling exhibition and catalogue exploring collaborative practice in queer art making and is fiscally sponsored by the Queer Cultural Center (San Francisco). This exhibition offers a multiplicity of perspective on the queer experience and a variety of strategies for collaboration including political organizing, empathy, intersubjective identity, appropriation, familial relations, and romantic partnership.
This exhibition features student work by graduating students chosen through a faculty-juried process from the Department of Art and the Department of Cinema, Photography, and Media Arts. This year the show will be curated and installed by the Museum Practices and Methods class taught by Keri Watson in the Department of Art History.