The James Pearson Duffy Department of Art and Art History’s Elaine L. Jacob Gallery is pleased to present HYPERTENSION, April 26 through July 19, 2013. HYPERTENSION brings together multi-media artists and designers whose work reflects the blurring of artistic disciplines evident in our contemporary visual culture. The selected works disrupt boundaries between the cerebral and […]
The bust as a form is such a reified, cliche and historically problematic sculptural trope. In most instances in a contemporary context the “bust” fails to operate beyond a mere signifier of “Sculpture.” Given that this form of sculpture has become so problematic, it represents a conceptual opportunity.