Meet the College of Connecticut’s (UConn) MFA Studio Artwork Class of 2025. Working in a broad vary of artwork making, the category options:
- Mahsa Attaran is a Persian photographer, visible artist, and dressmaker exploring surrealism, historical past, tradition, household ties, and social justice. She is obsessive about the familial historical past and the hidden authenticity behind it. She has created the phrase FICTURAL to explain her physique of labor, which suggests Fictional-Cultural. Her work consists of nuances of Persian tradition, artwork, and structure, mixed with fictional elements to assist the viewers think about their particular person tales.
- Amira Brown is an artist who makes use of their work to witness, and seize the assorted black psychological subtleties that evade rational language by layering varied histories into the work whereas recording their very own nuances, they use varied supplies and substrates from their atmosphere.
- Monica Hamilton has labored for Collar Work’s Elizabeth Murray Artist Residency, taught with the Boston Pictures Workshops, and collaborated with fellow artist collectives resembling BODYSONNET. Monica works primarily within the photographic medium, exploring themes of portraiture, the feminine expertise, and the passage of time and the way it pertains to the grieving course of.
- Hanieh Kashani’s work goals to indicate and criticize the constructions that by some means preserve humankind from freedom, turning them right into a predictable being, and imposing enclosed and unoriginal ideologies that act as a vaccine that deprives them of true freedom. She makes use of varied mediums resembling video, efficiency, and set up, of which simplicity and fluency are their primary elements. The purpose is to interact the viewers mentally and bodily with the view that the present scenario has been formed by historical past and that description and introspection will ultimately result in exterior influences.
- Anna Schwartz is an artist whose work is centered on themes of reminiscence and the event of historic narratives. Working predominantly in portray, in addition to inquiries in its expanded discipline, her work investigates situations of loss, collapse, and restoration; questioning what we lose once we keep in mind, and what we deem worthy of restoration and preservation in acutely aware reminiscence.
UConn’s MFA Studio Artwork program is a totally funded three-year graduate program that helps a broad vary of artwork with a global school and beneficiant amenities. This system culminates with an exhibition in a New York Metropolis gallery and a thesis exhibition in UConn’s William Benton Museum of Artwork. The appliance deadline is January 15, 2023.
For extra info, go to artwork.uconn.edu.
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