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Exhibitions

Interpreting Heat

Interpreting Heat

[2018-2019 Season] Interpreting Heat   This exhibition is based on Heat by the Koresh Dance Company.  The student work exhibited comes from multiple areas, including costume design, architecture, art installation, and dance; each as a translation of Heat.  In preparation, students used their own disciplines as frameworks to observe and interpret the dance language. Such investigation helped the students’ creative processes escape from conventional operations and deepened the understanding of how meaning is medium specific. Photo by John Peters    .. Read More

ANNA DUMITRIU AND ALEX MAY: RECENT WORKS

ANNA DUMITRIU AND ALEX MAY: RECENT WORKS

[2017-2018 Season] Art, science, and technology combine in a fascinating fusion as the Wright Gallery of the Texas A&M College of Architecture opens their latest exhibition Anna Dumitriu and Alex May: Recent Works, running March 5-8, 2018. Through their innovative approaches, British artists Anna Dumitriu and Alex May have established themselves at the forefront of the art-science practice, gaining international critical acclaim for their works which explore cutting-edge bioscience and technology. In conjunction with the exhibition of their stunning artworks, the artists will host three captivating, interactive workshops, bringing an even closer look at their pioneering pieces and processes. Photo couresty of Anna Dumitriu  .. Read More