Comprised of a series of family photos, Raiford intimately examines the “intergenerational cycles of struggle, triumph, and joy that exist within families and create patterns of softness and violence.” View her work.
Read the abstraact of Arielle Kirven’s thesis, “Indicting the White Gaze: Adrian Piper’s Search for an Unmarked Selfhood.”
Read the abstract of Julia Molin’s thesis, “New Heaven, New Earth: Doubles in the Art of Paul Gauguin.”
In her senior thesis, “Phantom Pains,” Dietz states, “The mind forgets, but the body doesn’t.” View her artwork.
In her artist’s statement, Doerr talks about the figurative nature of her work. “I care about specificity and capturing the likenesses, clothing, and hair styles of my subjects so that they are contemporary and familiar to me.” View her portraits.
Shim addresses the meaning of the Korean concept jeong — a feeling of kindness and closeness — in her work. View her paintings.
Read the abstract of Agrawal’s thesis, “Moving Out, Looking In: Representation in the Globalized Indian Contemporary Art Scene From 2000 to 2015.”
Read the abstract of Bragdon’s thesis, “Political Piety and the Nonvisible Presence: How Hürrem Sultan and Nur Jahan Built Waqf, Reputations, and Legacies in the Islamic World.”
Read an abstract of Cardenas’ thesis, “One Dot in a Million: Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Mirror Rooms and the Impact of Social Media.”
Read an abstract of Corley’s thesis, “The ‘Art of Visible Speech’: Illustration as Exegesis in Botticelli’s Commedia.”