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Scholars Day 2008, Wednesday, April 9


Graduating BFA student Kim Chesterton talks about her latest series of works, which seek to depict how the psychological energy present in an individual might manifest itself in visual form. Using a combination of pattern/abstraction and figurative elements, her paintings of larger than life silhouette figures create a world of characters that are constantly changing and therefore constantly in motion both internally and externally. Her work explores the hazy borders between the tangible and the intangible, flatness and space, and the interaction of abstraction and figuration.

Presenter: Kimberly Chesterton (Undergraduate Student)
Topic: Art
Location: 125 Hartwell
Time: 11:05 am (Session II)