Art & Art History
Catalogue of an exhibition at the Trout Gallery, April 30 - May 23, 2010.
Senior Exhibit, Art and Art History Department, Prof. Anthony Cervino, Dickinson College.
For this year's thesis show the seven exhibitors chose the title Found and Lost and Found. Selected for both its poetic cadence and its broad inference to personal sacrifice, the title suggests the common theme of loss and the redemptive notion of personal growth. The students respond to how this theme of "lost and found" exemplifies the process of their art education, the culmination of four years of rigorous undergraduate study, in various ways. The students in Found and Lost and Found each examine how various creative processes, revisions of personal narratives, complex approaches to time and structure, and aesthetic tensions are revealed in their sculptures, paintings, drawings, photographs, and video. [taken from introduction by Anthony Cervino]
Table of Contents:
Various works / by Amanda Hirsch, Erin Casey, Catherine Sippin, Nicole Godley, Sarah Fields, Marjorie Almstead, and Francesca Tempesta
Introduction / by Anthony Cervino
Behind the Stairs, Wallpaper, and Wallpaper 2 / by Marjorie Almstead
Rapture, Emma, and Untitled / by Erin Casey
Still from Duality, Still from There is Always a Way Teenage Girl, Go-Go Run, and Still from There is Always a Way Teenage Girl, Go-Go Run/ by Sarah Fields
Awaken and Proper Etiquette / by Nicole Godley
Untitled works / by Amanda Hirsch
Bleeding on Me, White Noise, and The Shadow of White Noise / by Catherine Sippin
Permanent Twist and Caged Tension / by Francesca Tempesta
Cervino, Anthony, et al. Found and Lost and Found. Carlisle, Pa.: The Trout Gallery, Dickinson College, 2010.