Description: The University of Louisville Hite Art Institute is pleased to announce the opening of the Fall 2012 BFA Thesis Exhibition at the Schneider Hall Galleries. The exhibition will display artwork in a variety of mediums of those students graduating with a Bachelor in Fine Arts from the Hite Art Institute. The Exhibition will open with a reception and remarks on November 29 at Schneider Hall Galleries on Belknap Campus from 5:30-7:30pm.
This show will feature the artwork of Arin Ashley, Benjamin Cook, Julia Davis, Lana Wilson, Rachel Hagan, Sarah Hance, Jordan Lance Morgan, Charlotte Pollock, Patrick Rademaker, Philip Rodriguez, Jeff Ruemeli, and Lana Wilson.
Each BFA candidate will contribute their unique vision as represented by a concentrated body of work developed to demonstrate their readiness to enter the professional art world upon graduation.
Description: Digging into the origin of the very word hybrid, you come across a Latin term rarely used before 1850; the term is IBRIDA. Hybrid/ Ibrida is considered an amalgamation of disparate parts resulting in a uniquely homogenized whole. A curious collection of biomorphic forms inspired by botany, entomology, and human anatomy embody my sculptural work. The inside turns outside, the micro turns macro and each piece conveys human attributes through poise and posture. I invite my audience to approach each piece with thoughts of wonder, possibility, protection and vulnerability during my Master’s Thesis Exhibit at The Falls of the Ohio Interpretive Center.
Description: Kristine Stiles, Duke University
France Family Professor of Art, Art History, and Visual Studies, is one of the leading
authorities on the subject of artists’
writings. She has edited a primary
resource for artists’ writings, Theories
and Documents of Contemporary Art: A
Sourcebook of Artists’ Writings (University
of California Press), which has just
been published in an updated, revised,
and expanded second edition in 2012.
Theories and Documents features over
three hundred artists from thirty different
countries speaking for themselves on
issues related to the production and
philosophy of contemporary art. Stiles
is also the editor of Correspondence
Course: An Epistolary History of Carolee
Schneemann and Her Circle (Duke
University Press), a volume for which
she selected, edited, annotated, and
introduced the correspondence written
and received by Schneemann over a
forty year period. The letters provide an
epistolary history of Schneemann and
other figures central to the international
avant-garde of Happenings, Fluxus,
performance, and conceptual art,
including the composer James Tenney,
the filmmaker Stan Brakhage, the artist
Dick Higgins, the dancer and filmmaker
Yvonne Rainer, the poet Clayton Eshleman,
and the psychiatrist Joseph Berke. Stiles
has also conducted interviews with
dozens of contemporary artists over the
course of her career.