Group Forms: Work and Reflection

Composition classes are a great space for personal growth. I took Group Forms in the hope that I would become more proficient and translating my artistic aesthetic onto larger groups of people. I found that I gained a lot of skills I didn’t expect such as being able to work better in collaboration with other…

Preserved, Revered, in Whole

The act of art making is intensely and inherently vulnerable… what else is new. You take some of the deepest bits of your soul and put it in a glass box, or in our case a black box, for people to experience, question, indulge in, judge, fall in love with, or worse, walk away utterly…

“Tif”: Composition II Final

For my final for Composition II, I decided to undertake a task much more difficult than any I have in this class all semester. I decided to create work for another person’s body. Working with the conceptual brain child of myself and Kat Sprudzs, I endeavored to make a work to be on and for Kat.…

Silent Duet

This assignment was quick but definitely not simple. In Comp class last week we were instructed to make 30 seconds of choreography. No other prompt. After a few minutes we were randomly paired with another student in the class and were told to compile our work into one unified composition. The trick was, we had…

Portraiture in Motion

In Composition I with Daniel Roberts we have been studying the application of fine art into motion with a focus on abstract works, sculptures, and portraits. After many group and individual studies in class, our work culminated into solo pieces based on the work of our choice which we chose form the Columbus Museum of…