Student_Name
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︎ Other Link


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Work Description



Vagabond:01, 80" x 66" x 6", Cotton, polyester, nylon, ink, latex paint, 2019 

Vagabond:04, 73" x 57" x 14", Cotton, polyester, vinyl, pvc fabric, wool, wire, push pins, ink, latex paint, 2019


Hang, 2019, 93" x 42" x 16", Polyester, nylon, faux fur, foam, paper, ink, clothes pins, latex paint, 2019 


Loner, 45" x 45" x 60", Cotton, polyester, wool, pvc fabric, foam, dye, ink, acrylic nails, glass beads, pom pom, latex paint, dog toy squeaker, 2019



Vagabond:05, 72" x 54" x 6", Cotton, polyester, wool, foam, sponge, push pins, latex paint, 2019 



Diseases of the Mouth for Physicians, Dentists, Medical and Dental Students, by Prof. Dr. F. Zinsser, Translated and Edited by John Bethune Stein, M.D.,  approx. 84" x 60" x 3", Cotton, polyester, wool, wood, push pins, sublimation ink, latex paint, 2019 



Vagabond:06, 57" x 49" x 4", Cotton, polyester, wool, paper, foam, latex paint, 2019 


In my work I translate intuitional play into an analysis of materiality and collaboration. I collect material from the cultural milieu I exist within by purchase, adoption, and fabrication. My aim is to collaborate with these materials in a process of creative freedom. I use this freedom in play aesthetically, finding the aesthetic space to be the last truly free landscape. This space which has allowed the creation of models such as Surrealism and Conceptual Art holds loosely administered values which when used, act well as materials themselves rather than policies to work from. Materials hold complex written histories of biopolitical structures that are unavoidable in an analysis. I also, upon an analysis of my own complex written history, hold an unavoidable make-up of biopolitical structures. These biopolitical structures are those of our societal and cultural values of order. These orders are tolerated as populations are dependent on the production of policies, objects and materials for livelihood and security. Looking through this lens, I find camaraderie in material, and the collaboration that unfolds I feel to be a true and faithful one. The material motivates and informs an analysis in assembling itself by embodied collaboration in a free space. This new and free human analysis plows fertile ground for a new narrative. This collaborative analysis can articulate a new model, and perhaps a change in the destructive dependency within social and biopoitical control.




Student_Name
︎ Student Website

︎ Other Link


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Dui nunc mattis enim ut. Tristique et egestas quis ipsum suspendisse ultrices gravida dictum fusce. Tristique nulla aliquet enim tortor at auctor urna nunc id. Id porta nibh venenatis cras sed felis eget. Eget duis at tellus at urna condimentum mattis pellentesque. Massa massa ultricies mi quis hendrerit. Pulvinar pellentesque habitant morbi tristique senectus et. Faucibus pulvinar elementum integer enim neque. Senectus et netus et malesuada fames. Augue eget arcu dictum varius duis. Volutpat diam ut venenatis tellus in metus vulputate eu. Phasellus faucibus scelerisque eleifend donec pretium vulputate. Vestibulum rhoncus est pellentesque elit ullamcorper dignissim cras tincidunt. 



Work Description



Vagabond:01, 80" x 66" x 6", Cotton, polyester, nylon, ink, latex paint, 2019 

Vagabond:04, 73" x 57" x 14", Cotton, polyester, vinyl, pvc fabric, wool, wire, push pins, ink, latex paint, 2019


Hang, 2019, 93" x 42" x 16", Polyester, nylon, faux fur, foam, paper, ink, clothes pins, latex paint, 2019 


Loner, 45" x 45" x 60", Cotton, polyester, wool, pvc fabric, foam, dye, ink, acrylic nails, glass beads, pom pom, latex paint, dog toy squeaker, 2019



Vagabond:05, 72" x 54" x 6", Cotton, polyester, wool, foam, sponge, push pins, latex paint, 2019 



Diseases of the Mouth for Physicians, Dentists, Medical and Dental Students, by Prof. Dr. F. Zinsser, Translated and Edited by John Bethune Stein, M.D.,  approx. 84" x 60" x 3", Cotton, polyester, wool, wood, push pins, sublimation ink, latex paint, 2019 



Vagabond:06, 57" x 49" x 4", Cotton, polyester, wool, paper, foam, latex paint, 2019 


In my work I translate intuitional play into an analysis of materiality and collaboration. I collect material from the cultural milieu I exist within by purchase, adoption, and fabrication. My aim is to collaborate with these materials in a process of creative freedom. I use this freedom in play aesthetically, finding the aesthetic space to be the last truly free landscape. This space which has allowed the creation of models such as Surrealism and Conceptual Art holds loosely administered values which when used, act well as materials themselves rather than policies to work from. Materials hold complex written histories of biopolitical structures that are unavoidable in an analysis. I also, upon an analysis of my own complex written history, hold an unavoidable make-up of biopolitical structures. These biopolitical structures are those of our societal and cultural values of order. These orders are tolerated as populations are dependent on the production of policies, objects and materials for livelihood and security. Looking through this lens, I find camaraderie in material, and the collaboration that unfolds I feel to be a true and faithful one. The material motivates and informs an analysis in assembling itself by embodied collaboration in a free space. This new and free human analysis plows fertile ground for a new narrative. This collaborative analysis can articulate a new model, and perhaps a change in the destructive dependency within social and biopoitical control.




Student_Name
︎ Student Website

︎ Other Link


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Dui nunc mattis enim ut. Tristique et egestas quis ipsum suspendisse ultrices gravida dictum fusce. Tristique nulla aliquet enim tortor at auctor urna nunc id. Id porta nibh venenatis cras sed felis eget. Eget duis at tellus at urna condimentum mattis pellentesque. Massa massa ultricies mi quis hendrerit. Pulvinar pellentesque habitant morbi tristique senectus et. Faucibus pulvinar elementum integer enim neque. Senectus et netus et malesuada fames. Augue eget arcu dictum varius duis. Volutpat diam ut venenatis tellus in metus vulputate eu. Phasellus faucibus scelerisque eleifend donec pretium vulputate. Vestibulum rhoncus est pellentesque elit ullamcorper dignissim cras tincidunt. 



Work Description



Vagabond:01, 80" x 66" x 6", Cotton, polyester, nylon, ink, latex paint, 2019 

Vagabond:04, 73" x 57" x 14", Cotton, polyester, vinyl, pvc fabric, wool, wire, push pins, ink, latex paint, 2019


Hang, 2019, 93" x 42" x 16", Polyester, nylon, faux fur, foam, paper, ink, clothes pins, latex paint, 2019 


Loner, 45" x 45" x 60", Cotton, polyester, wool, pvc fabric, foam, dye, ink, acrylic nails, glass beads, pom pom, latex paint, dog toy squeaker, 2019



Vagabond:05, 72" x 54" x 6", Cotton, polyester, wool, foam, sponge, push pins, latex paint, 2019 



Diseases of the Mouth for Physicians, Dentists, Medical and Dental Students, by Prof. Dr. F. Zinsser, Translated and Edited by John Bethune Stein, M.D.,  approx. 84" x 60" x 3", Cotton, polyester, wool, wood, push pins, sublimation ink, latex paint, 2019 



Vagabond:06, 57" x 49" x 4", Cotton, polyester, wool, paper, foam, latex paint, 2019 


In my work I translate intuitional play into an analysis of materiality and collaboration. I collect material from the cultural milieu I exist within by purchase, adoption, and fabrication. My aim is to collaborate with these materials in a process of creative freedom. I use this freedom in play aesthetically, finding the aesthetic space to be the last truly free landscape. This space which has allowed the creation of models such as Surrealism and Conceptual Art holds loosely administered values which when used, act well as materials themselves rather than policies to work from. Materials hold complex written histories of biopolitical structures that are unavoidable in an analysis. I also, upon an analysis of my own complex written history, hold an unavoidable make-up of biopolitical structures. These biopolitical structures are those of our societal and cultural values of order. These orders are tolerated as populations are dependent on the production of policies, objects and materials for livelihood and security. Looking through this lens, I find camaraderie in material, and the collaboration that unfolds I feel to be a true and faithful one. The material motivates and informs an analysis in assembling itself by embodied collaboration in a free space. This new and free human analysis plows fertile ground for a new narrative. This collaborative analysis can articulate a new model, and perhaps a change in the destructive dependency within social and biopoitical control.




Student_Name
︎ Student Website

︎ Other Link


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Dui nunc mattis enim ut. Tristique et egestas quis ipsum suspendisse ultrices gravida dictum fusce. Tristique nulla aliquet enim tortor at auctor urna nunc id. Id porta nibh venenatis cras sed felis eget. Eget duis at tellus at urna condimentum mattis pellentesque. Massa massa ultricies mi quis hendrerit. Pulvinar pellentesque habitant morbi tristique senectus et. Faucibus pulvinar elementum integer enim neque. Senectus et netus et malesuada fames. Augue eget arcu dictum varius duis. Volutpat diam ut venenatis tellus in metus vulputate eu. Phasellus faucibus scelerisque eleifend donec pretium vulputate. Vestibulum rhoncus est pellentesque elit ullamcorper dignissim cras tincidunt. 



Work Description



Vagabond:01, 80" x 66" x 6", Cotton, polyester, nylon, ink, latex paint, 2019 

Vagabond:04, 73" x 57" x 14", Cotton, polyester, vinyl, pvc fabric, wool, wire, push pins, ink, latex paint, 2019


Hang, 2019, 93" x 42" x 16", Polyester, nylon, faux fur, foam, paper, ink, clothes pins, latex paint, 2019 


Loner, 45" x 45" x 60", Cotton, polyester, wool, pvc fabric, foam, dye, ink, acrylic nails, glass beads, pom pom, latex paint, dog toy squeaker, 2019



Vagabond:05, 72" x 54" x 6", Cotton, polyester, wool, foam, sponge, push pins, latex paint, 2019 



Diseases of the Mouth for Physicians, Dentists, Medical and Dental Students, by Prof. Dr. F. Zinsser, Translated and Edited by John Bethune Stein, M.D.,  approx. 84" x 60" x 3", Cotton, polyester, wool, wood, push pins, sublimation ink, latex paint, 2019 



Vagabond:06, 57" x 49" x 4", Cotton, polyester, wool, paper, foam, latex paint, 2019 


In my work I translate intuitional play into an analysis of materiality and collaboration. I collect material from the cultural milieu I exist within by purchase, adoption, and fabrication. My aim is to collaborate with these materials in a process of creative freedom. I use this freedom in play aesthetically, finding the aesthetic space to be the last truly free landscape. This space which has allowed the creation of models such as Surrealism and Conceptual Art holds loosely administered values which when used, act well as materials themselves rather than policies to work from. Materials hold complex written histories of biopolitical structures that are unavoidable in an analysis. I also, upon an analysis of my own complex written history, hold an unavoidable make-up of biopolitical structures. These biopolitical structures are those of our societal and cultural values of order. These orders are tolerated as populations are dependent on the production of policies, objects and materials for livelihood and security. Looking through this lens, I find camaraderie in material, and the collaboration that unfolds I feel to be a true and faithful one. The material motivates and informs an analysis in assembling itself by embodied collaboration in a free space. This new and free human analysis plows fertile ground for a new narrative. This collaborative analysis can articulate a new model, and perhaps a change in the destructive dependency within social and biopoitical control.




Student_Name
︎ Student Website

︎ Other Link


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Dui nunc mattis enim ut. Tristique et egestas quis ipsum suspendisse ultrices gravida dictum fusce. Tristique nulla aliquet enim tortor at auctor urna nunc id. Id porta nibh venenatis cras sed felis eget. Eget duis at tellus at urna condimentum mattis pellentesque. Massa massa ultricies mi quis hendrerit. Pulvinar pellentesque habitant morbi tristique senectus et. Faucibus pulvinar elementum integer enim neque. Senectus et netus et malesuada fames. Augue eget arcu dictum varius duis. Volutpat diam ut venenatis tellus in metus vulputate eu. Phasellus faucibus scelerisque eleifend donec pretium vulputate. Vestibulum rhoncus est pellentesque elit ullamcorper dignissim cras tincidunt. 



Work Description



Vagabond:01, 80" x 66" x 6", Cotton, polyester, nylon, ink, latex paint, 2019 

Vagabond:04, 73" x 57" x 14", Cotton, polyester, vinyl, pvc fabric, wool, wire, push pins, ink, latex paint, 2019


Hang, 2019, 93" x 42" x 16", Polyester, nylon, faux fur, foam, paper, ink, clothes pins, latex paint, 2019 


Loner, 45" x 45" x 60", Cotton, polyester, wool, pvc fabric, foam, dye, ink, acrylic nails, glass beads, pom pom, latex paint, dog toy squeaker, 2019



Vagabond:05, 72" x 54" x 6", Cotton, polyester, wool, foam, sponge, push pins, latex paint, 2019 



Diseases of the Mouth for Physicians, Dentists, Medical and Dental Students, by Prof. Dr. F. Zinsser, Translated and Edited by John Bethune Stein, M.D.,  approx. 84" x 60" x 3", Cotton, polyester, wool, wood, push pins, sublimation ink, latex paint, 2019 



Vagabond:06, 57" x 49" x 4", Cotton, polyester, wool, paper, foam, latex paint, 2019 


In my work I translate intuitional play into an analysis of materiality and collaboration. I collect material from the cultural milieu I exist within by purchase, adoption, and fabrication. My aim is to collaborate with these materials in a process of creative freedom. I use this freedom in play aesthetically, finding the aesthetic space to be the last truly free landscape. This space which has allowed the creation of models such as Surrealism and Conceptual Art holds loosely administered values which when used, act well as materials themselves rather than policies to work from. Materials hold complex written histories of biopolitical structures that are unavoidable in an analysis. I also, upon an analysis of my own complex written history, hold an unavoidable make-up of biopolitical structures. These biopolitical structures are those of our societal and cultural values of order. These orders are tolerated as populations are dependent on the production of policies, objects and materials for livelihood and security. Looking through this lens, I find camaraderie in material, and the collaboration that unfolds I feel to be a true and faithful one. The material motivates and informs an analysis in assembling itself by embodied collaboration in a free space. This new and free human analysis plows fertile ground for a new narrative. This collaborative analysis can articulate a new model, and perhaps a change in the destructive dependency within social and biopoitical control.