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Recent Submissions

  • Place, R. Artamesia (1904)
    Anecdotes of Alfred were collected by R. Arta Place in 1904 for an Athenaean program. The document captures a piece of Alfred's history by sharing stories of some of its residents.
  • Alfred University. Herrick Memorial Library. (2019-10-03)
  • Underwood, Mathew (2018-05)
    My work deals with translation. What happens when information moves into a different framework / technology / media? What aspects get amplified, diminished, resonated, distorted, shifted, remapped, or broken? Self expression ...
  • Wright, Maura (2018-05)
    The environment of the sculpture became my focus with the figurative presence being assumed by the vessel as they inherited the characteristics of the body. I began questioning the extension of identity through environments, ...
  • Millman, Maxwell (2018-05)
    Plastic, Loud, Devoid of humanness. It is just an art object. A Luscious object. They are stilted by sexism, racism, colonialism, some social concept which gives them validity but only talks to their ism, their group but ...
  • Loop, Alexandra (2017-05)
    Having already painted a number of both secular and religious works, there is one subject that Caravaggio would return to throughout the entirety of his short, turbulent career: Saint John the Baptist. Caravaggio painted ...
  • Akiyama, Grant (2017-05)
    Following the 1950s, Hamada and Rosanjin were pivotal figures in the discourse of American and Japanese ceramics. In 1954, the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) held a solo exhibition for Rosanjin.1 The Japanese government ...
  • Alfred University. Herrick Memorial Library. (2019-10-24)
  • Sennesael, Michèle (2019-05)
    During my practice, acoustics started to play an important role in my work. Sound is always there and present, it is hard to imagine a world without it but what would it look like? The work Whispering Void, created for my ...
  • Mustardo, Maxwell Amadeo Kennedy (2017-05)
    Kenneth Martin Price (1935-2012) was a key protagonist in moving ceramics into the avant-garde realm during the 1960s. At this time, Price made his first major contribution to the expanding field of ceramic sculpture with ...
  • Lastrapes, Gregory (2019-05)
    The word “porcelain” does not capture the nuance and complexity inherent to the material and the history of high-fired white ceramics in China that began over a millennium ago. In Euroamerica, the contemporary concept of ...
  • Earle, Jessica J. A. (2017-05)
    The western landscape has sparked the imagination of writers, musicians, and artists since the first Europeans left their footprints in the bush. Explorers, cowboys, and prospectors have left their mark on the land and in ...
  • Zhang, Yuan Yuan (2017-05)
    Prepare a salad and toss images into it and cut up and boil videos into a soup. Mix up subjective experiences as an unusual way to examine the past. My past includes a childhood and a more distant past across many generations. ...
  • Rennie, Ryan (2017-05)
    Much of my practice functions as a means to reflect selectively on my surroundings. This usually begins in the form of collecting, often in relationship to being an active practitioner of consumerism. I am undeniably ...
  • Mutualism 
    Xin, Yu (2017-05)
    Mutualism has become the driving concept of my artistic practice. The exploration of Mutualism, opens up may questions in relation to the Other, intimacy and the space in between. In daily life, I am inexplicably interested ...
  • Newman-Wise, William S. (2017-05)
    The physical distance between two people echoes a lingering tension in my studio between myself as photographer and sculptor, myself and material, and image and object. I move slowly through these relationships and on my ...
  • Zwarka, Kelsey (2017-05)
    The ceramic sculptures included in Wave to the Trees allude to familiar objects, landscape, and the human figure in response to historical and contemporary perceptions of values and beauty. The forms are anthropomorphized ...
  • Xu, Yibo (2017-05)
    I have been concerned about the relationship between people and the industrial world. With the development of science and technology, the pace of life was accelerated. Industrial productions dominated almost every area of ...
  • Haleta, Michael (2017-05)
    In 1953 the term “3C” which stood for “Compulsory”, “Capacity”, and “Conflict” was given to one of the original minicomputer companies by the name of Computer Control Company, Inc. I have switched the 3 “C’s” to represent ...
  • 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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