Saturday, February 6, 2010


18637.9375ft3 is an exhibition featuring recent works by fine arts seniors, Joshua Fuller and George Retkes.

Joshua creates images that are made from small dioramas which he crafted. They include animal figurines with humanistic characteristics bestowed upon them, along with other various objects used to create a setting for them. Together with the juxtaposition of images he creates a narrative that is personal, yet open to the viewers interpretation.

George creates sculptures and prints that explore the organic and textural qualities of the natural world. His wooden sculptures come from branches which are sliced up and reassembled to create a new form. The bronze sculptures are cast directly from the center void of some branches where insects once lived. His prints are based on images taken with a microscope, then manipulated and transformed from digital data into a textured, tactile print.

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