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PRINCETON VISUAL ARTS 2019


185 NASSAU STREET HAGAN STUDIO APRIL 15–26, 2019

SQUARE 1 A SENIOR THESIS SHOW BY ALICE WANG


ALICE

WANG

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AMANDA MORRISON

hurley gallery april 30 – may 8


The day before International Women's Day in 2015, five feminist activists were detained in Beijing, China after three years of creative and effective street activism. This documentary film tells the story of the feminists who pushed back against the patriarchal Chinese regime and found ways to adapt to systematic repression and censorship to continue their fight for women's rights.


ANNA BERGHUIS

hurley gallery april 30 – may 8


caroline de brito gottlieb april 15–19, 2019

lucas gallery 185 nassau st

reception april 18, 2019 5:45–7:15 pm

if Language resists Pain why do they ask,

where does it hurt


CAROLINE DE BRITO GOTTLIEB


COD Y KOHN

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hurley gallery april 30 – may 8


The themes I choose to focus on are inspired by intolerance or arrogance in the world – homophobia, sexual assault, bioethical issues, neo-Nazism, etc. In my digital and sculpture works, I often experiment with color, light, material, and representation of the human body.


DAVID LOPERA hurley gallery april 30 – may 8


Most of my work has been done outside of VIS, and I am incredibly indebted to the many people that have helped me both inside and outside of the program. Thank you to all of my friends that helped me out when I was just starting out and had no reason to trust me beyond our friendship. This work is as equally yours as it is mine.


ELAINE

ROMANO

hurley gallery april 30 – may 8


The photographs from Unleaving explore the physical and symbolic construction of California with handmade processes. The subjects are primarily my own family, as I sought to explore the relationship between lineage and place – how we relate our bodies to place.


Multiples A Senior Thesis Show by Hudson Cooke

Hagan Gallery, 185 Nassau

4.29.19 – 5.10.19

Opening Reception 5.2.19 at 6 pm


HUDSON

COOKE

hurley gallery april 30 – may 8

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origen a senior thesis show by isaiah l. nieves april 28 – may 3 lucas gallery 185 nassau st


ISAIAH

NIEVES hurley gallery april 30 – may 8


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JESSICA

hurley gallery april 30 – may 8

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group exhibition w/ members of the visual arts senior class

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KARA

BRESSLER

hurley gallery april 30 – may 8

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KATE NORTHROP

hurley gallery april 30 – may 8


In dealing with the mind's most absurd realities before and during sleep, these works play with psychological undertones that reflect our deepest concerns and desires to understand the subconscious.


The

Lady’s Room

Senior thesis exhibition by Kyra Gregory

April 22–26, 2019 Lucas Gallery 185 Nassau St. Reception April 22nd, 5:45pm


KYRA GREGORY

hurley gallery april 30 – may 8


A Senior Thesis

185 Nassau St Lucas Gallery April 15 – 19, 2019 Reception April 18 5:45 – 7:15 PM


MACLEAN KY RA

COLLINS GR EGORY

hurley gallery april 30 – may 8


Dazzle Camouflage

A Senior Thesis Exhibition Pearl Thompson and Maya von Ziegesar March 25 – April 5, 2019 Hagan Gallery, 185 Nassau Street Reception on March 25 at 5:45 PM


MAYA

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VON ZIEGESAR

hurley gallery april 30 – may 8


Cloak Cloak

A Senior Thesis Exhibition Pearl Thompson and Maya von Ziegesar March 25 – April 5, 2019 Hagan Gallery, 185 Nassau Street Reception on March 25 at 5:45 PM


PEARL

THOMPSON hurley gallery april 30 – may 8


RAMI FARRAN

hurley gallery april 30 – may 8


SANNEH


Holy is an exploration of black subjects that refuses to reach out to stereotypes of blackness. It instead uses religion and the reverence associated with it as a tool to get close to and treat the figure with respect.


nostalgia

a senior thesis show by susan liu hagan studio 185 nassau street april 15 – april 26


SUSAN

LIU

hurley gallery april 30 – may 8

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YUAN YUAN ZHAO hurley gallery april 30 – may 8


Elephant consists of photographs that are derived from poems, folktales, and myths. Populated by intimate family members, these photographs probe different aspects of East Asian identities and their social roles within a community. Zhao's photos feature clashing details and combine different patterns to juxtapose the epic with the mundane.


a most heartfelt thank you to all the faculty and staff of the program in visual arts for all the support, advice, and learning that took place in 185. a special thank you to martha friedman, director of visual arts, for the continued support and belief in this project.


SENIORS

FACULTY

alice wang amanda morrison anna berghuis caro de brito gottlieb cody kohn david lopera elaine romano hudson cooke isaiah nieves jessica zhou kara bressler kate northrop kyra gregory maclean collins maya von ziegesar pearl thompson rami farran sanneh susan liu yuanyuan zhao

eve aschheim colleen asper fia backstrom nathan carter martha friedman su friedrich francesca grassi amy herzog daniel heyman deana lawson pamela lins moon molson david reinfurt jess rowland lynne sachs joe scanlan tim szetela kenneth tam adam welch james welling jeff whetstone amy yao STAFF marjorie carhart kelly cave alyse delaney peter kazantsev gerson leiva eric li orlando murgado brandon ndife andrea santos kristy seymour nick sharpe teresa simao gary tesler


PRINCETON VISUAL ARTS 2019 copyright alice wang, amanda morrison, anna berghuis, caroline de brito gottlieb, cody kohn, david lopera, elaine romano, hudson cooke, isaiah nieves, jessica zhou, kara bressler, kate northrop, kyra gregory, maclean collins, maya von ziegesar, pearl thompson, rami farran, sanneh, susan liu, and yuanyuan zhao

edited by kara bressler published by the princeton university department of art and archaeology and the program in visual arts design by kara bressler with eric li and nazli ercan printed by brilliant in pa

A NOTE ON THE TYPE this catalogue is printed using kara bressler's TOPOGRAPHY TYPOGRAPHY, a typeface made from the aerial forms of a place.

character forms are detected from satellite imagery using an algorithm trained on the extended form of the 1995 MNIST handwriting dataset as visualized in the AVERAGE font. each glyph illustrates an indexical trace of the referent landscape. 185 nassau lies between PRINCETON's q and a. written in PRINCETON

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VIS Senior Book 2019  

Seniors from the Class of 2019 in the Program in Visual Arts present a book about their senior thesis projects.

VIS Senior Book 2019  

Seniors from the Class of 2019 in the Program in Visual Arts present a book about their senior thesis projects.

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