Current MFA Students

Alex Velozo

Alex Velozo uses form and facilitation to examine edges that produce culturally-legible subjects. The focus on edge and possibility shifts between linguistic containers for subjecthood and the body’s sensed...

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Abed Elmajid Shalabi

Palestinian/Israeli artist, working mostly with ceramics and metal. my aesthetics is inspired by industrial product-design, logos, emojis and urban signs.  In my work I deal with the emotional state compelled...

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Dāa Guy-Vasson

I hope to witness manifestations of my imagination amongst those with kindred experiences. I will work to establish the physical spaces necessary to hold the reality of our traumas while rejecting the...

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Alex Goss

Alex Goss’s sculptural practice sifts through materials expended by industry in search of evidence or residue from human hands. By staging interventions between machines, their operators, and their...

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Larissa Garcia

Larissa Garcia uses the ambiguity of human action to shape forms of association and disfiguration. Her practice evolves in ethnographic research, poetics and historical narratives.  She responds to our...

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Aaron Estrada

Aaron D. Estrada explores the engineering of identity and socioeconomics in alter-like installations, sculptures and performances. Aaron’s works investigates cultural signifiers such as territory symbols, tags, altars, murals, and...

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Mariana Parisca

Through phenomenological practices, material experiments, and contemporary images, I resist certain neoliberal modes of attention, presentation, performativity, and work. The fragility of both being and the material world defies the...

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Petra Szilagyi

Petra Szilagyi is a rambler, just barely keeping her feet on the ground as she skips from one discipline to the next, becoming completely consumed by whatever topic is made available. Right now those topics include para-psychology,...

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Kate Turner

Because of the way information is disseminated we become desensitized to the injustices that exist in our world. From sexualized violence, casualties of war, civil rights, to the poor and “the huddled masses yearning to be free”. ...

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