Today’s post presents images from the 2014 VCS open studios, which took place at the end of the 2013-2014 academic year. You can also see a few more at the Visual & Critical Studies Flickr page.
This year’s event showcased a wide range of works from the graduating seniors and many of the 1st through 3rd-year students. Virtually the entire 4th floor of 133 West 21st Street was used as exhibition space, including the studios, hallways, classrooms, library, and even the women’s restroom.
I’ll post a follow-up with more views of the senior thesis work in a few days.
A view of the senior workshop, one of two large studio spaces in the VCS department.
VCS alumnus George Mott (class of 2013) in the drawing and painting studio.
A view of a large fiber arts installation by senior Andrea Garcia.
An installation of works by senior Kylie Lefkowitz.
A display of student works and a video screening in one of the VCS classrooms.
VCS senior Andrea Garcia (right) looks at works by Seemoriah in the main hallway.
A piece by senior Minhae Kim in the women’s restroom. This was designed so that it would move up and forward when the door was opened.
Third-year student Conner Calhoun and senior Berny Tan in the hallway outside the VCS offices.
VCS faculty member Isabel Taube and senior George Rue discuss a painting by Issa Hassan.
Paintings and a blackboard installation in one of the conference rooms by Lauren Orscheln.
More artworks in the conference room.