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Aryn Benavides: capstone
The artist's statement: My work has a heavy emphasis on language and the use of the written word within art to comment on social issues. It is meant to expose contradictions of what we perceive as good, bad, and uncomfortable, ...
Dylan Trinkner: capstone
The artist's statement: In the macro, these works exist in constant dialogue, a continual state of revolution based both on and from the concept of chance; a concept which transcends our existence and is found as an active ...
Daniel Guerrette: capstone
The artist's statement: My work is largely centered on our cultures willful ignorance of the impact we have on the world. It is meant to show the disjunction between our cultural ideals and the reality of our social ...
Sydney Mann: capstone
The artist's statement: My work often revolves around the theme of hurting and healing, whether that be emotional, physical, spiritual, or mental. I pull from my own experiences, and the collective experience of humanity. ...
Holly Nordeck: capstone
The artist's statement: My work seems to always trace back to American roadsides. I find my thought process and ideas always arise when I am forced to commute. I am constantly curious about objects I pass by when I am ...