Which bodies go unseen? What would it take to see them? Come experience student artists’ responses to these and other questions at New College of Florida’s annual Thesis Art Exhibition, un/seen bodies, in which six art students have curated and displayed both final and developing thesis work. Artwork featured in the exhibition encompasses a wide range of media, including painting, metal sculpture, textiles, video, and digital animation, and focuses on issues of representation and identity.
The exhibition is accompanied by a catalogue, designed and written by students with the guidance of the Art and Art History programs. This year’s exhibition catalogue and opening reception was made possible by a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation-funded New College initiative, New College and the Cross-College Alliance in the Community, and the unfailing support of the New College community.
The public reception for the exhibition is on Thursday, April 20th in the Isermann Gallery, and the exhibition is open to visitors through May 12, Monday through Friday, 12 – 5 PM.
Catalogues are available for pre-order for a minimum donation of $50 ($35 for Florida students.) Custom sticker sheets will also be available for $8 each. Pre-orders and payment must be made no later than March 24th. A limited number of copies will be available for sale at the opening reception. Contact Robyn Davis at email@example.com or visit campsite.bio/ncf_thesis_catalogue to purchase.