Nov 20
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Nov 30 2012

PIGEONHOOD is birds, approximately.

Jul 23
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Jul 27 2012

LaiYee Ho '12 presents an interactive installation that weaves together the disciplines of information science, art and music into storytelling triggered by loss.

May 03 2012

Lacie Buckwalter, PhD '16 candidate in Romance Studies / Spanish, will present an interactive installation to explore the concept of insecurity and anxiety in relation to confinement and movement.

Apr 27 2012

Spring 2012 Roxanne Yamins, BFA December '11 candidate in the Department of Art, and 2010 Cornell University Undergraduate Artist Award winner, will present an installation that discloses systems that are typically unseen or unknown. For this piece, Yamins will replicate in exact detail, select housing units within the Ithaca Public Works systems of water and electricity. The interior panels and mechanisms inside an electrical box or water supply unit, will be fabricated from blue foam core and...

Apr 15
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May 12 2012

Exhibitions: Willard Straight Hall and Milstein Hall Gallery Talks by artists and scientists: April 21, 2012, Milstein Hall Auditorium Collaborative art installation of cross-disciplinary work by seven international contemporary artists investigating and changing light to give new meaning to ideas ranging from mapping the universe to drawing with dust particles.  The blending of visual arts, science and nature is revealed in a series of art installations.  Natalie Tyler, Risley...

Mar 12
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Mar 16 2012

Tjaden Experimental Gallery Katherine Somody, MFA '13 candidate in the Department of Art, will present a series of six videos of six individual portraits to be projected in public space for a six-month period, with an interactive component inviting viewers to call a provided phone number and leave a message structured within the artist's formatted script. The project will culminate in an exhibition of the videos and voicemails collected during the six-month public projections.

Feb 27
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Mar 04 2012

Milstein Dome Site-specific installation by Piotr Chizinski, MFA '13 candidate in the Department of Art, of a city that has been fragmented by flooding.  The piece will be fabricated from folded paper and installed in the dome of Milstein Hall. Chizinski's project will be interactive with participation from students in AAP to assemble the paper models and discuss the social issues surrounding the piece.

Feb 27
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Mar 04 2012

Spring 2012, location TBA Gaby Wolodarski, MFA '13 candidate and Daren Kendall, MFA '12 candidate, both in the Department of Art, will present a collaborative installation on the notions of struggle and wilderness as they relate to everyday 'civilized' modes of perception, behavior and interaction. The artists will construct a sculptural piece that will undergo daily change over the course of one week that will incorporate performance and documentary video practice into the...

Feb 20
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Feb 24 2012

Tjaden Experimental Gallery Michelle Tianhui Chen, BA and BFA '13 candidate in comparative literature and art, will present a site-specific installation constructed of folded, hand-patterned paper to create three-dimensional objects.  Chen's sculptural work will be reimagined from functional space to points of contemplation in relation to shape, pattern and texture.  

Jan 27
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Mar 25 2012

Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art Carl Ostendarp, visiting assistant professor in the Department of Art, is best known for paintings that engage the history of late Modernist art, such as Pop, Color-field, and Minimalism. For “Fat Cakes”/ “Myopic Void” Ostendarp has chosen works from the Johnson’s collection by such artists as Andy Warhol, Barnett Newman, Helen Frankenthaler, Mary Heilmann, James Rosenquist, Robert Smithson, and John Chamberlain, primarily from the...