Click the photograph to the left to view a slideshow of Jasmine Huang's Tian Tang in our University Art Gallery.
The University Art Gallery is delighted to present two senior art majors’ honors thesis exhibitions: Cecile Denton’s my tongue is frozen in silence, and Jasmine Huang’s Tian Tang. Both will be on view in the University Art Gallery from April 1 through April 7.
In my tongue is frozen in silence, Cecile Denton explores the feelings of unease and longing associated with hidden or suppressed identities in digital illustrations, platinum palladium prints, and inkjet print photographs. In each medium, Denton plays with averted gazes, concealed features, and uncertainty about inanimate and animate states.
In Tian Tang, Jasmine Huang explores the correspondence between the mark of a print and the calligraphic mark on paper, and the “oscillating relationship between entities and their environments” in platinum palladium prints.
To protect the health of those on and off our campus, in-person visits to the exhibition are reserved for students, faculty, and staff of the University already on campus.
If you are not on campus, please enjoy the exhibitions by means of the links below:
Click the photograph to the left to view a slideshow of Cecile Denton's My Tongue is Frozen in Silence in our University Art Gallery.