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  • (RE)FRAME of REFERENCE | Department of Art & Art History
    Upcoming Events Upcoming Exhibitions Exhibition Spaces About Exhibition Spaces Stanford Art Gallery SubGallery Cummings Lobby Gallery Annenberg Corridor Other Exhibition Spaces Open Studios New Venues in 2015 Events Calendar Upcoming Events Upcoming Exhibitions Search Exhibitions Search by keyword Search by location Find exhibitions after Date E g Jun 2 2015 Find exhibitions before Date E g Jun 2 2015 RE FRAME of REFERENCE May 19 2015 to May 29 2015 SubGallery Free and open to the public Student work from IMAGE and SOUND FilmProd 106 Spring 2015 artists seun adebagbo becky aydin brice dudley tiara gaillard lilian kong isaiah locsin peter martinez kinsey morrison maya pete jacqui ramos yash saraf and carla sneider lecturer j christian jensen From Vine videos to portrait films and explorations of the non narrative moving image RE FRAME of REFERENCE features diverse works from the students in Image and Sound Filmmaking for the Digital Age Sponsor Department of Art Art History Contact Email mlnoe stanford edu Contact Phone 6507253107 Exhibition Space SubGallery About Department Overview People Works Contact Website Feedback Programs Art History Art Practice Design Documentary Film Film and Media Studies News and Events Department Newsletter Recent News Subscribe Upcoming Events Exhibitions Information For

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  • Sunset Salon | Department of Art & Art History
    Date E g Jun 2 2015 Sunset Salon May 8 2015 to May 16 2015 Cummings Lobby Free and open to the public Alex Bayer is a senior majoring in English and minoring in art She has lately been inspired by thinking of the loneliness of extroversion the private sadness that lies beneath our blissful neon Internet personas After she graduates she is planning to move to New York and

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  • EXHIBITION: Lima Oscar Foxtrot Tango | Department of Art & Art History
    perception and illusion combining light interactive technology and super absorbent polymers For Xander Bremer art practice is a means of processing his place in the world and our contemporary relationship with nature Bremer s The Useful Gestures is a series of three sculptures crafted out of walnut cast bronze and acrylic that reference primitive tools Interested in anthropology and building products with his hands DeWolf Emery will present Forged Banister a steel banister that curves with a gestural feminine levity and organic asymmetry while maintaining the functional structure that withstands the rigors of a well used banister Energized by the natural environment and the potential to create value by repurposing materials Hannah Mensing designed her Family Tree a dining room table she meticulously built from wood harvested by her father from Sonoma Country some 25 years ago Beth Esponnette looks beyond industry for inspiration and has grown a fascination for fabrication For Lima Oscar Foxtrot Tango Esponnette will show Barnaclad a wearable system of silicone parts that magnetically link together to allow the garments to perpetually inhabit a space between finished and unfinished Joe Kendall merged technology and longstanding craft traditions to create a functional object in conversation with the Eames plywood animal toys Given the name Jenna this wooden elephant was inspired by his children s own stuffed toys Adam Kenvarg s piece n 1 3 is a delicate balancing act between solids water and netting that stimulates one s senses leading viewers to question their visual perception Ryan Wolff also fascinated by our sensory perception produced Lost in Transition an alabaster sculpture encased in honeycomb panels that is either revealed or hiden based on the viewer s position and movement Løvstrøm by Dan Somen uses light electricity wood and mirrors to trace the activity of visitors moving throughout

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  • Dream Bestiary: storied beasts from the unconscious | Department of Art & Art History
    Upcoming Events Upcoming Exhibitions Exhibition Spaces About Exhibition Spaces Stanford Art Gallery SubGallery Cummings Lobby Gallery Annenberg Corridor Other Exhibition Spaces Open Studios New Venues in 2015 Events Calendar Upcoming Events Upcoming Exhibitions Search Exhibitions Search by keyword Search by location Find exhibitions after Date E g Jun 2 2015 Find exhibitions before Date E g Jun 2 2015 Dream Bestiary storied beasts from the unconscious March 11 2015 to March 20 2015 Cummings Lobby Free and open to the public Prints from the Introduction to Etching course Works by Evelyn Anderson Maya Kratzer Peter Lai Jackie Langelier Minh Uyen Ngo Duc and Gold Vang Instructor Enrique Chagoya A compendium of works by 6 student printmakers Illustrated with traditional etching techniques such as drypoint hard ground soft ground sugar lift deep bite aquatint and chine collé creatures of the phantom world are welcomed by a collective of imaginary spaces Sponsor Department of Art Art History Contact Email mlnoe stanford edu Contact Phone 6507253107 Exhibition Space Cummings Lobby Gallery About Department Overview People Works Contact Website Feedback Programs Art History Art Practice Design Documentary Film Film and Media Studies News and Events Department Newsletter Recent News Subscribe Upcoming Events Exhibitions Information

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  • Frame of Reference | Department of Art & Art History
    News Newsletter Subscribe Events Calendar Upcoming Events Upcoming Exhibitions Exhibition Spaces About Exhibition Spaces Stanford Art Gallery SubGallery Cummings Lobby Gallery Annenberg Corridor Other Exhibition Spaces Open Studios New Venues in 2015 Events Calendar Upcoming Events Upcoming Exhibitions Search Exhibitions Search by keyword Search by location Find exhibitions after Date E g Jun 2 2015 Find exhibitions before Date E g Jun 2 2015 Frame of Reference March 3 2015 to March 13 2015 SubGallery 419 Lasuen Mall Free and open to the public From Vine videos to portrait films and explorations of the non narrative moving image Frame of Referenc e features diverse works from the students in Image and Sound Filmmaking for the Digital Age artists kue chang maría chicuén inseong cho dylan dawkins william ferrer justin lai emma hardimon ouree lee jonathan mao richard tai ashley watson jake winkelman lecturer j christian jensen Sponsor Department of Art Art History Contact Email mlnoe stanford edu Contact Phone 6507253107 Exhibition Space SubGallery About Department Overview People Works Contact Website Feedback Programs Art History Art Practice Design Documentary Film Film and Media Studies News and Events Department Newsletter Recent News Subscribe Upcoming Events Exhibitions Information For Current Undergraduates Current Graduate

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  • Open Studios! | Department of Art & Art History
    2015 Find exhibitions before Date E g Jun 2 2015 Open Studios March 13 2015 Cummings Art Building Free and open to the public Undergraduate student showcase from the Winter 2015 Art Practice courses Painting Printmaking Drawing Digital Art Image Sound Photography Sculpture Design While you peruse the Open Studios stop by Cummings Lobby for snacks and beverages Cummings Art building 435 Lasuen Mall Art Gallery Building 419 Lasuen Mall

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  • Hi5: First-Year MFA Exhibition | Department of Art & Art History
    of photographs portray the rhythm of human life against the backdrop of vegetation mountains and rivers Titled Temporally Tellurian the series is a study of the effects of humans on the natural environment and describes the impact of our footprint on unspoiled land Some seek out far away detached land that distances themselves from crowded urban centers and this return to the land captured in Fischer s photographs represents a contradiction to our plugged in global culture of instant access Simona Fitcal s body of work offers a symbolic and expressive approach to digital visual effects by means of interactive installations multimedia performances and experimental video Her inspiration is that of globally relevant topics including environmental issues advertising and privacy and cultural identity On view during Hi5 Fitcal will display a few of her twisted polygonal frames hung from the gallery s wall which will be used as the surface for a projection of an organic shaped 3D animation Entering through the gallery doors past the lobby and into the main room of the Stanford Art Gallery visitors are greeted by Cy Keener s A Letter from the Sky The large rectangular structure located in the middle of the gallery floor is externally covered with aluminum that contains abstract line drawings Upon entering the dark structure viewers find a space that they can meander through with strands of fiber optic light puncturing the darkness within The strands as well as the external line drawings translate snippets of collected and calculated raindrop data into a visceral and emotional language of space light and form If extremes mark the outermost bounds then the space within consists of everything we may know Masako Miyazaki s work focuses on the forms that emerge and dissipate in this intermediate space Miyazaki strives to capture the

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  • Past Exhibitions | Department of Art & Art History
    Subscribe Events Calendar Upcoming Events Upcoming Exhibitions Exhibition Spaces About Exhibition Spaces Stanford Art Gallery SubGallery Cummings Lobby Gallery Annenberg Corridor Other Exhibition Spaces Open Studios New Venues in 2015 Events Calendar Upcoming Events Upcoming Exhibitions Past Exhibitions Search Exhibitions Search by keyword Search by location Find exhibitions after Date E g Jun 2 2015 Find exhibitions before Date E g Jun 2 2015 Past Exhibitions Study Models An Exploration of the Sublime February 17 2015 to February 27 2015 SubGallery PAPER exhibition January 22 2015 to January 30 2015 Cummings Lobby Jiangnan Ways of Water January 5 2015 to January 16 2015 Cummings Lobby Video Art December 5 2014 to December 12 2014 SubGallery Reflections December 1 2014 to December 12 2014 Annenberg Corridor All Tomorrow s Parties December 6 2014 to December 7 2014 Stanford Art Gallery Happy Accidents December 2 2014 to December 5 2014 Cummings Lobby Pages first previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 next last About Department Overview People Works Contact Website Feedback Programs Art History Art Practice Design Documentary Film Film and Media Studies News and Events Department Newsletter Recent News Subscribe Upcoming Events Exhibitions Information For Current Undergraduates Current

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