Melissa with one of the balloons she will be projecting her videos onto.
Welcome to them first installment of THESISCRAZY 2018! For this first installment, I think we’re going to be breaking a record. This year, we have our first interviews with Studio Art majors! And they’re all included in this installment! Exhibitions open today, April 3rd, and the first reception is tomorrow, April 4th.
If you’re interested in being interviewed for a THESISCRAZY interview, please fill out this google form! If you’re interested in reading interviews from previous years, look here.
Thesis-ing is after the jump.
Andrew Chatfield sends the following message from the CFA:
View the talents of seniors Joseph Strella ’15, Genna DeGroot ’15, Gabe Gordon ’15, Nicole Dalessandro ’15, and Hailey Sowden ’15 in the Art Studio Program of Wesleyan’s Department of Art and Art History, on display from Tuesday, March 31 through Sunday, April 5, 2015.
Date and time: Reception is Wednesday, April 1st at 4:00pm; Artwork is on display until Sunday, April 5th
Place: Ezra and Cecile Zilkha Gallery
This is a golden opportunity to meet homeboy Kokkinis ’13:
If you walked past Weshop today, you probably noticed a pile of boxes obstructing the pathway. That was ART! Dandara Catete ’15, prospective Art Studio major, is in the Topics in Studio Art course and constructed this Box-Mountain for it. It’s her take on Maximalism, the art form that explicitly exaggerates ideas in pieces.
While working in Weshop, Dandara was struck by how many products were unloaded and stocked in the store every day. The boxes used here are all from today’s stock, and the point was to make passersby aware of the amount of produce (and boxes?) available to us daily. From 8 a.m. to around 3 p.m., Dandara collected the boxes that were gradually being tossed and piled them for the piece, eventually securing it all with a few strands of rope.