Using the interface between drawing and video, Ellena investigates the disparity in cultural values while illustrating the displacement of growing up in an American culture under Asian influences.
Sarah’s work focuses on oranges with tattoos; something permanent on objects, that like the human body, change and is impermanent.
Through gesturally interactive digital installations and images, Christine explores how man’s integration into the world of technology is slowly bridging the physical and the virtual world.
As a visual diary, Heather’s art confesses her innermost secrets, thoughts and emotions associated with her life as a survivor.
Using domestic materials as a reference to the expendability of our culture, Emily creates abstractions of the relationship between our population and the natural environment.
Mariah uses unusual humor in a series of video performances to draw on ideas of identity and how the human experience is transformed through the lens
Jessie’s work references dreams and commercialism; vivid colors and digital manipulations abet surrealism, as well as the beautification of her photographs.
Using unorthodox materials, Alexis considers and challenges social preconceptions, transforming the grotesque into sculptural objects that hold weight and tension.
Creating photorealisticly rendered paintings based off of observational research, Sara’s work emotionally engages the viewer with unsettling imagery.