Basement Gallery Exhibition
The Basement Gallery opens the 2018-2019 season with “Humanism/Humanness” which aims to dissect “humanness” and all that comes with it. The exhibition opens Nov. 2 and runs through Nov. 16. The is an opening reception on Nov. 9 at 4 p.m.
Danielle Bronson, 5th year, undergraduate
“The series was done during a 2016 Drawing Marathon at
the New York Studio School in NYC. Though originally a formal exploration of the figure, it explores what it means to be naked for both the artist and the model + it questions the concept of ‘the female nude.”
Michelle Marin, 4th year, undergraduate
https://vimeo.com/274016337 (An Exploration of Language)
Jissel Olea, 4th year undergraduate, printmaker and Jose De Jesus Quintero, 4th year undergraduate, printmaker. Title: U.S. Mex Border Cage Match Life Without Borders
Jissel and Jose are bringing political posters that pertain to the theme of futurity and how their posters evoke positive change for the future.
Raul Morales, 3rd year undergraduate
A third year Cinema and Digital Media major and minoring in art studio. Primarily shooting on film, his work takes a surrealist and psychological approach, focusing on existentialism, psychedelia, and the relationship between subjects and the minutiae of everyday objects and place.
Basement Gallery hours: Mon-Fri, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.