ART 3799: Force and Fragility
Students in the ART 3799 Tactical Media Studio will exhibit a video installation called Force and Fragility. The video's name was inspired by the 2018 Cornell Biennial, "Duration: Passage, Persistence, Survival." The multichannel piece — a collaborative intervention — considers both the force and fragility of the environments that we find ourselves in daily. As artists we respond to the nature surrounding us — the weather; the lush, green, overgrown landscape and rock formations surrounding Ithaca; and the place we all work in and visit frequently, New York City.
The class is taught by Visiting Associate Professor Renate Ferro.
- Annabel Keelty (B.F.A. '20)
- Brian Lee (B.F.A. '21)
- Josh Lee (B.F.A. '20)
- Lane Letourneau (B.F.A. '21)
- Julia McFadden (B.F.A. '20)
- HeeSoo Park (B.F.A. '21)
- Jane Park (B.F.A. '21)
- Lauren Park (B.F.A. '20)
- George Wyand '18
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