With last semester finally at a close, I was able to get some rest and take a break with family back home. It was so good to get away from the city and to be able to smell nature again (something other than wet pavement and people!).
Last semester, all of the seniors in the Visual and Critical Studies department (all six of us) worked our little buns off to make our "thesis projects" which would be shown in a gallery in our school. After all of the hours of working in our studios and lots and lots of coffee, I think we are all very proud of the results. The show is entitled Da/Sein. Because of our diverse backgrounds in art, each of us created very unique projects in a variety of mediums, anything from paint to video.
My project in particular
involves my first love of science.
It depicts effects of six elements from the periodic table on the human body: Mercury, Silver, Thallium, Radium, Cesium, and Chlorine. Cetral to all of the pieces is the Virtruvian Man, the perfect example of the melding of the measure of science and the beauty of art.
The show is up until February 7th! Enjoy :)