BARD MFA THESIS SHOW 2017

His committee consisted of video artist Sadie Benning, writer Berrigan, photographer Quinlan, and sculptors Shaver and Mark Wonsidler, all of whom talked a good deal. If you appreciate art, travel, Scandinavia, and budding artists — or if you still believe in the intrepid human spirit, consider supporting this project. Advocates of low-residency programs claim that their oscillation between high and low intensities makes them particularly appropriate for artists, whose working lives often alternate between periods of engagement and reflection. That has not stopped the graduate committee from pursuing a more ground-level approach. At times like that, Bard was an organism, a boundary-less playground—and it felt like, together, we could figure it all out.

He was also developing an entire lexicon of punched sheetrock panels, often framed behind glass and assembled in boxes that sneered at minimalist decorum. So I decided instead to do my presentation in the form of music videos and leave my voice out. Coe her second solo exhibition in New York, Sue Coe: One thing everyone agrees on, however, is that there is never enough on-campus time for work, reading, collaboration or reflection. He had grown up in a small town outside of St. And though its tuition is half what Yale and Columbia charge, the program struggles to offer financial aid nearly everyone receives something but nobody gets a free ride , which results in a less diverse, more indebted student body. If you believe the thing that somebody tells you in one hour, in all likelihood you are going to have an appointment with someone else two hours later who will give you a completely different take.

Marnie related the following, but nearly everyone I spoke to—students, faculty and alumni—had a version of their own: The number of these programs grows annually, driven by economic and social realities that have led educational institutions to seek out more flexible, cost-effective learning experiences.

The first was that music, writing, and the visual arts would be brought together: An opening reception will take place on Thursday, March 12 from 6—10 thesiis.

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Moving Images by Minny Lee and lost, lost, lost: Each of the processional walls—one was hung with a framed piece of punched sheetrock; another with two smaller still life photographs, one badr which had a precise hole cut through it—was pierced, providing sightlines to the space beyond and a clue that the installation in its entirety was based on the idea of a camera obscura.

Then suddenly the real action began, and students started lining up around faculty members to schedule one-on-one appointments.

You can imagine how being immersed in that same extreme environment will impact the work that I create, expanding upon and evolving my thesis work into something richer, informed by personal experience. Visual artists meet their committees for an hour or two in the UBS gallery in front of thrsis work, and there is usually an element of ritual to the proceedings.

Its interdisciplinarity is not trouble-free.

Bard MFA Thesis Exhibition

My work explores the spirit of human exploration and the history of Arctic expeditions. Hailing from eight different countries, we employ photographic methodologies to challenge and investigate our intimate bonds and personal boundaries. As he moved from one cheap living situation to the next, he felt increasingly isolated. Our view is that knowledge is infinite and abrd capable of new combinations.

bard mfa thesis show 2017

That has not stopped the graduate committee from pursuing a more ground-level approach. The issue has particular valence at Bard, where success varies tremendously among its several disciplines: After that I belonged. We invite you to engage with and find connections between us and the world at large. His early work with porn had been punk. It had two basic principles.

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When Things Come Together a graduate thesis exhibition March 12—15, At times like that, Bard was an organism, a boundary-less playground—and it felt like, together, we could figure it all out. And though its tuition is half what Yale and Columbia charge, the program struggles to offer financial aid nearly everyone receives something but nobody gets a free ridewhich results in a less diverse, more indebted student body.

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Isolated from the outside world and its obligations, with students and teachers regularly crisscrossing between the same few buildings, people get to know one another quickly.

If you believe the thing that somebody tells you in one hour, in all likelihood you are going to have an appointment with someone else two hours later who will give you a completely different take.

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Marnie was still making collages with porn and still life motifs, but he had also begun plastering huge photographs of flowers on the wall, before ripping away at them, leaving large gashes behind. Marnie describes the independent study as a soul adventure: In studio visits, one female faculty member theiss him to stop making the porn collages.

bard mfa thesis show 2017

His practice suffered and his debts mounted. One evening inCheyney Thompson, who has taught in the painting department sincegave a presentation that caused considerable consternation.

What does it mean to succeed as an artist? There, he had pasted a large colorful photograph of a vase of flowers and then torn parts of it away, flaying not just the image but the wall itself down to its studs. Coe her second solo exhibition in New York, Sue Coe: When he returned to Bard inthe parameters of his work were expanding.

bard mfa thesis show 2017

Paul, Minnesota, and was 23 years old. Now one of the top-rated M. These events, like the large crits, are mandatory.