Artworks from “It’s All in Your Head” at the Westside Gallery

Today’s post presents a closer look at the works in the VCS fourth-year student exhibition “It’s All in Your Head,” which is on display at SVA’s Westside Gallery through February 4th. These photos were taken by VCS Systems Administrator Justin Elm and posted to the VCS flickr page earlier this week. The flickr photoset includes additional details of many of the works below, as well as shots of a few other pieces in the show.

You can click on any of the images below to open up a larger version and zoom in on the details.

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An assemblage by Jenna Lee, on display in the main gallery space.

A detail of Jenna’s piece.

An installation of prints by Marissa Leah.

An installation of prints by Marissa Leah.

A closer view of one of Marissa's prints. (The white spot in the upper right corner is a bit of glare on the glass, not part of the print.)

A closer view of one of Marissa’s prints. (The white spot in the upper right corner is a bit of glare on the glass, not part of the print.)

An installation by Jill Pucciarelli.

A closer look at one of the pieces in Jill’s installation. This is a screenprinted cloth recreation of a zine from the music scene in Olympia, Washington.

A wall-mounted sculptural work by Ranya Asmar.

A detail from Ranya’s piece.

A print by Eleni Kontos.

A video by Joe Bressler and a book by Jennie Martin.

A still image from Joe’s video.

Mixed-media paintings by Annatruus Bakker.

A closer view of one of Annatruus’s mixed-media paintings.

Another piece by Annatruus.

A large painting by Ryan Brady, installed in the front hall outside the main gallery.

A detail from another of Ryan’s paintings.

A print assemblage by Autumn Eggleton.

A detail from Autumn’s piece.

A mixed-media piece with digital embroidery by Elektra KB.

A detail of a sculpture by Elektra KB. You can see a wider view of it in my previous post about the show’s opening reception.

Studies for paintings by Gisel Endara.

A sculpture by Gionna Forte.

A detail of Gionna’s sculpture.

A photo-based installation by Kelli Cheval.

A closer look at Kelli’s installation.

An installation by Alex Goldstein.

A detail from Alex’s installation.

Still shots of two videos by Emma Cooper.

A painting by Natasha Jacobs, displayed in the hall to the right of the main gallery space.

A detail from Natasha’s painting.

A floor installation in cast plaster by Molly Nadav. There is a closer view of this piece in my previous post on the show’s opening reception.

Two paintings by Zeke Decker in the front hall.

Another painting by Zeke.

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I’ll be back in a few days with a post about the VCS entries in the Spring 2012 Art in the First Person lecture series.

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