Wednesday, March 21, 2012
Liz Hamilton's MFA exhibition-Delicate Place
"Delicate Place” investigates a complex bundle of nerves. From each nerve point, the artwork begins to expose a very delicate and sometimes raw subject. As the work wades through issues of the mind, it slowly unravels emotions that branch from the complexities of one’s inner relationship to the self and progressing to the stark contrasts of depression and mania. These elements are combined in either subtle or brash approach, as to reach a disjointed harmony. By exploring this network through a multimedia approach, predominately sculptural elements, drawings, and video projection, it strives to create an overall emotional and visceral experience."
Liz is currently a MFA candidate within the Fibers & Material Studies program here at Tyler. Her MFA Thesis show, Delicate Place, opens on the 28th of this month and the reception will be held on Friday, March 30th, from 6pm-8pm. Please stop by and check out the show, it is sure to be exciting! Examples of Liz's work and more information can be found on her website: