WIth the culmination of our graduate Art Education program and NYU Steinhardt my classmates and I presented artwork that related to our individual theses. All of the work presented had an emphasis on social justice, with which our program is aligned, and contemporary art. It was amazing to see how far we’ve all come as both artists and educators. Official photos from the show can be found at the Barney Commons Blog and the Rosenberg Gallery Blog.
In short, my thesis dealt with gender, specifically the perpetuation of gender roles that have the potential to adversely affect women and girls. For the exhibition I presented all digital work. The videos I created played on continuous loop and can be found on YouTube:
My Artist Statement
USDA Certified: Inspected for Wholesomeness, Digital Photograph 4″x 6″ each
Video Compilation played on continuous loop: A Few Small Nips, A Worn Path (audio), Don’t Be a Sucker, Battle of the Bulges
Overall, I’d say the show was a success, and I could not have chosen a better group of humans to power through this transformative graduate experience with! Big thanks to everyone who came out to support the show and everyone who supported me emotionally through this grad school process 🙂