Document Type

Exhibition Catalog

Publication Date

4-28-2017

Department

Art & Art History

Language

English

Abstract

Catalogue of an exhibition at the Trout Gallery, April 28 - May 20, 2017.

Senior Exhibit, Art and Art History Department, Prof. Todd Arsenault, Dickinson College.

In More Ways Than One is a seemingly straightforward exhibition title. Five artists working in a range of mediums with varying conceptual intentions–what could be more logical? Admittedly, when first proposed, I was not a huge fan of the title. After all, this is a college thesis exhibition. Should it not have a loftier, more artfully cryptic title? Maybe something that has a psychological edge to it? A quick Google consultation led to the Random Exhibition Title Generator (http://www.mit.edu/~ruchill/lazycurator.submit.html), where a quick click of the mouse provided the following title: To Find the Properties of Rubbish: 15 Years of Juncture. As perfectly absurd as this title might be, admittedly, it had nothing to do with anyone or anything in this exhibition. [taken from introduction by Todd Arsenault]

Table of Contents

Introduction / by Todd Arsenault

No Offence, photography, digital manipulation / by Talia Amorosano

What Don't the Neighbors Think?, photography / by Talia Amorosano

The Future is Now!, photography, digital manipulation / by Talia Amorosano

TFW u realize u are the crazy relative, photography, digital collage / by Talia Amorosano

Home Sweet Impossible-Home, photography, digital collage / by Talia Amorosano

I'm Feelin' Lucky, collage, digital manipulation / by Talia Amorosano

Post-Hoc Fabrication, photography / by Talia Amorosano

Inedible Arrangement, found objects, silver spray paint, 16 x 16 x 50 in. / by Talia Amorosano

Conversation Piece, digital image, photo print, matte paper, yarn, found objections, 38 x 47 x 29 in. / by Talia Amorosano

It's Still Processing, permanent marker, photography, digital color, 11 x 25.5 in. each / by Talia Amorosano

Tent, paper on board, 18 x 12.5 in. / by Willa Hut

Untitled, colored pencil on paper, 10.5 x 8.5 in / by Willa Hut

Untitled, oil on copper, 5 x 7.5 in. / by Willa Hut

At Night, paper on board, 10 x 8.5 in. / by Willa Hut

Untitled, oil on copper, 5.25 x 7 in. / by Willa Hut

Porch rails II, colored pencil on paper, 8 x 5.5 in. / by Willa Hut

Metaplasmic Vacuoles, yarn, approx. 7 x 7 ft. / by Rachel Rectenwald

Semi-permeable, yarn, approx. 10 x 10 ft. / by Rachel Rectenwald

Impulse, permanent marker on vinyl, hot glue, approx. 3 x 4 ft. / by Megan Robitaille

Strut, permanent marker, acrylic paint marker on tracing paper, approx. 6 in. x 2 ft. / by Megan Robitaille

Woven, permanent marker on vinyl, hot glue, approx. 3 x 3 ft. / by Megan Robitaille

Dance of the Sugarplum She-Hulks, permanent marker on vinyl, approx. 3 x 10 ft. / by Megan Robitaille

hold your center, acrylic paint marker on plexiglass, approx. 2 x 2 ft. / by Megan Robitaille

Spectral, hidden behind the veil, mixed media, 74 x 54 in. / by Noah S. Thompson

Stones and glass, the bricks that made our revolution possible, mixed media, approx. 8 x 54 in. / by Noah S. Thompson

The Passing of Arthur, pigment print, 20 x 14 in. / by Noah S. Thompson

Zephyr, polaroid, 3.5 x 2 in. / by Noah S. Thompson

The Maiden, pigment print, 20 x 14 in. / by Noah S. Thompson

And we shall become spring, polaroid, 3.5 x 2 in. / by Noah S. Thompson

A Youth in Shadow, polaroid, 3.5 x 2 in. / by Noah S. Thompson

Adelphopoeisis (Bacchus & Sergius), pigment print, 46 x 33.5 in. / by Noah S. Thompson

Fleeting Primavera, pigment print, 7 x 7 in. / by Noah S. Thompson

Philosopher, cyanotype, 3.5 x 2 in. / by Noah S. Thompson

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