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Browsing by Author "Lambert, Coral"

Browsing by Author "Lambert, Coral"

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  • Heckard, Hillary (2018-05)
    I construct sculptural installations that illustrate change through the idea of impermanence by combining technology, video projection, sound, performance and light with other mediums ranging from glass, wood and metal. I ...
  • Daus, Meagan (2017-05)
    Everywhere I have been, locality has shaped the subtle details of tradition, culture, design, and art. These aspects are engrained in the forms, styles, decorations (or lack there of), and materials of the bits and pieces ...
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    Simard, Pamela (2019-05)
    This paper discusses the different layers of meaning through which concealment and revelation are present in my work. The first section addresses the notion of wearables and the act of physically obscuring the body. The ...
  • Isaak, Joel (2016)
    My grandma could make amazing cookies and as soon as I was big enough to sit on the counter she let me help her make cookies. She would often stay with my sisters and me while my parents were out of town. In the first grade ...
  • Quade, Leana R. (2017-05)
    Three pieces from the show Pressure Points explore how an interaction with artwork can change perspective. Viewers are offered new ways of seeing and perceiving materials; the use of time, light and observation pique the ...
  • Busch, Sarah (2020-05-11)
    Personal is the first word I would use to describe my work. The other words I would use are brutal, dramatic, visceral, uncomfortable, and questioning. The sculptural works I created were a way for me to come to terms with ...
  • Leopold-Sullivan, Samantha (2019-05)
    I explore this concept through making sculptures that physically represent “emotional bodies” and placing them in situations where they interact with human-made structures. I conceptualize the emotional body as a discrete ...
  • Kerr, Ashley (2018-05)
    The conceptual and material basis for my work is centered around creating uncanny, liminal spaces where the viewer encounters a situation where they are encouraged to question some part of their reality. Skin, touch and ...