Denatured: Relationship between Humans, Nature and the Built Environment
Denatured is a group show featuring photography, sculpture, printmaking, painting, and projected images, from a collective of fourth-year BFA students. The show is about the relationships between humans, nature, pollution, recycling and the built environment. The participating artists worked together to create a gallery that effectively combines different art mediums into a unique exhibit. Collectively their work illuminates the visible and material culture of the Anthropocene. Their artworks relate through references to materials, ideas of progress and themes of recycling to create a better future.
Special Projects Gallery
Gallery Hours: 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Reception: February 9 (1:00-3:00PM)
Everyone welcome! Please note that COVID screening confirmations are required in order to enter the gallery.
Those unable to attend in person can view the exhibition online.