Sam Price: Monkey Logic

Dark colored painting with purple, yellow, green, and brown mixed together with a bright white cone in the middle.

Monkey Logic features a collection of painting, sculpture, and projection pieces exploring the role of perception in the creative process and in understanding the intrapersonal experience. Sam Price's (B.F.A. '21) final thesis exhibition conceptualizes future possibilities and questions regarding the direct expression of thought. This thesis exhibition was created in collaboration with Professor Carlos Ponce and Ph.D. candidate Binxu Wang of Ponce Neuroscience Lab, at Washington University in St. Louis, and Guy Gaziv, a Postdoctoral Fellow in Computer Science at Weizmann Institute of Science.

This work was funded in part by a generous grant from \Art. Dedicated to the memory of Steven Price.

The Herbert F. Johnson Museum is available to Cornell students, faculty, and staff authorized to be on campus per Cornell's current campus policy. If possible, please call to make an appointment to view the exhibition at (607) 255-6464, and use the side entrance (Gussman Wing) to enter the museum; the main entrance (Appel Lobby) is closed due to construction.

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