Date of Award
Master of Fine Arts (MFA)
Megan Foster & Andrew Raftery
Mary Anne Friel
My work transcends the boundaries between painterly printmaking and sculpture. Through hand-pulled silkscreen prints, I create abstract pixelated images depicting our constantly changing relationship with meaning and reality. Memories are often glamorized and distorted whether it is our childhood home, our neighborhood, or the city. My practice archives my family history and traces patterns in memory and space by using invisibility as a phenomena to render newer explorations of abstraction, in time and in urban landscapes. Objects & Apparitions: A Portable Museum, pairs moiré patterns of ghostly printmaking with wooden objects in specific arrangements. It captures my nomadic journey between 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional genres of art.
Seo, Yesuk, "Objects and Apparitions: A Portable Museum" (2023). Masters Theses. 1105.
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