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Monday, February 13, 2017

Emily Ward Bivens, Artist



Embed - object, live feed video, projection.




Semblance I - object and live video feed.









Foot - objects and video projection. 






Saturday, February 4, 2017

Hope Delemeester, Student Work, Installation




Statement:
The theme for this piece is "what was left behind". Chuck Palahniuk's book Doomed served as inspiration. I set out to create my version of Hell in the form of a prison cell. My hell consists of black walls, a perfectly egg shell white desk, a never ending supply of king size candy bars and a telemarketing phone I'm forced to use. On top the desk I placed a brochure in the form of a welcome packet to the "Last Job of You'll Ever Have", a "Map of Hell" and a list of "Specific Useless Questions" to interrupt happy families sitting down to eat. 

Black, plastic garbage bags lined the walls, ceiling and floor. I designed "prison bars" out of wood dowels that I painted silver and hung from the wall with hooks. I also built the desk and designed the brochure and map on the computer.  The viewer was not able to enter the space. Rather, the viewer had to peer through the bars to examine the contents. 




Setting up lights (from upstairs photo studio) to take professional images. 



Ellie Wools, Student Work, Installation


This piece was meant to evoke a certain level of anxiety. I boarded up a small alcove in the art building, leaving only a glimpse of what was behind the boards. I included sound in the form of a florescent bulb buzzing to enhance the anxiety. 



Thursday, February 2, 2017

TOUCH Project
















TOUCH Tables set up in the Molly Wiley Art Building on Flagler Campus.
Field trip for visually impaired students from The Florida School for Deaf and Blind Students.



Monday, January 23, 2017

Sunday, January 22, 2017

Installation Artists


Installation view of work by Gabriel de la Mora (floor), Koki Tanka (screen), Farrah Karapetian (wall),California-Pacific Triennial, Orange County Museum of Art, Newport Beach, Image courtesy of Orange County Museum of Art