Students in Integration & Intersection II, taught by Professor and Foundations Chair Jason S. Yi, will participate in a one-night-only exhibition at MAM After Dark: Swing during Gallery Night, April 20, from 5 p.m. to midnight.
Swing features original integrated and new media installations by Yi’s students as well as students from UW-Milwaukee. The work offers unique perspectives on DIY/self-taught art in the digital age.
“These students will showcase wide-ranging works, including sculpture, drawings, photography, painting, video and performance,” explains Yi.
Participating Foundations, sophomore and junior students include: Nicole Arns, Jade Ashburn, Andrew Azad, Galia Basail-Mulcahy, Alyssa Basinger, Alexandria Block, Tara Bogart, Chelsea Combs, Hayley Eichenbaum, Natalie Eichers, Daniel Mitchell, Justin Pigorsch, Nicholas Romano, Oliver Sydello, Amy Trompeter, Marcus Wendricks and Brady Wolchansky.
Yi describes the MAM After Dark event as “truly in the spirit of what Integrated Studio Arts stands for, where experiments in various media and materials are driven by critical examination of ideas and concepts.”
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Bottom image: Work-in-progress of Hayley Eichenbaum’s project, Confessional, to be installed and performed during MAM After Dark: Swing.