8.5" x 6"
Featured in the exhibition Ellipses: Alumni Works in 3D.
Alumnus Steve Haszonics serves as the Studio Manager in MassArt's Glass Department.
What's Up at Boston-area Art Galleries
Cate McQuaid of the Globe notes, "Juried shows, which often have no themes, can be hit or miss, but “Ellipses: Alumni Works in 3D” at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design makes promises with an impressive roster of artists."
MFA: 3D Fine Arts
The MFA-3D graduate program gives students access to an expanded understanding of the sculptural medium.
Introducing Six of the Year’s Top Student Artists
Graduate students Cory John Ploessl '15 MFA 3D and Youjin Moon '15 MFA Film/Video are featured among 2015's "Top Student Artists" in the The Boston Globe.
Introducing this Year's Class of Emerging Artists
Boston Globe correspondent Cate McQuaid features MassArt MFA students Lucy Wood Baird and Loretta Park among her round up of local Boston emerging artists.
"Laborland" is a dystopia and an amusement park where labor and play converge. Christy began this project by deconstructing a GAP shirt that was sewn together in 15 minutes by removing 3745 stitches in 4.5 hours. The latest "attraction" of "Laborland" is "Come, Run in Me," an interactive video installation where participates are encouraged to run inside the wheel in order to slave the worker in video projected on the wheel. Learn more.
Crystallized rock sugar, ply-wood, steel, 9'.6" x 6' x 5'6'' (Photo by Jason Schmidt for The New York Times)
A Divided Highboy
Installed in the Wentworth-Coolidge Mansion, Portsmouth, NH
Antidote: A Photoluminescent Photographic Installation
Antidote is a single photographic image - composed from hundreds to form one transformative, life-sized magical garden. Judy Haberl spent several months photographing at the Green Animals Topiary garden, which is part of the Newport Mansions Preservation Society, in Portsmouth, Rhode Island. The idea of a "heroic" scale is important for her in the realization of this piece, fueled by encountering certain works where an epic scale was integral to the phenomenology of the work: (Claude Monet’s- Water Lilies, The Rothko Chapel, Thomas Demand’s photos.)