2015 MFA Thesis Exhibition Series at Moudy Gallery
The Art Galleries at TCU
2805 S. University Drive
Fort Worth, TX 76129
Gallery Hours: Mon – Fri, 11 am – 4 pm and by appointment.
For more information about these exhibitions, appointments, images for press, or other activities of the Art Galleries at TCU, please contact Sara-Jayne Parsons
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March 23 – 27: Reception Monday, March 23, 6 – 8 pm
Latent Function is a term from Sociology that is used to describe things or actions that are neither recognized nor intended. Objects in the world are engineered, researched, and manufactured to fulfill a very specialized role. But the specific is of limited interest for most. Hamilton is interested in the potential of an object that exists outside of what is intended.
March 30 – April 3: Reception Monday, March 30, 6 – 8 pm
Suit Yourself, 2015, Ink on Paper
Alyssa Hawkins’ Master of Fine Arts thesis show, ladylike, deals with the limitations of cultural ideals and norms in western society. Within the work, questions of identity play out through a layering of materials, text and visual imagery that work to provoke fractures in conventional narratives of power.
Just Past the Thing
April 6 – 10: Reception Monday, April 6, 6 – 8 pm
A combination of documentation and poetics often informs Fernando Johnson’s installations involving relationships between space and sensation. Currently his work focuses on often-overlooked places of transition, as well as objects that reference liminal spaces.
April 13 – 17: Reception Monday, April 13, 6 – 8 pm
Untitled acrylic behind glass, 8”x10”, 2013
In modes of process-based, nonobjective abstractions, Max Morris’s New Paintings investigates the materiality of medium and surface.
The ART GALLERIES at TCU
FORT WORTH CONTEMPORARY ARTS | MOUDY GALLERY
2900 W. Berry Street, Fort Worth, TX 76109