Seeing is Believing

July 8, 2005

The MFA Photography, Video and Related Media Department’s class of 2005 presents its thesis projects in “See What I Mean?,” an exhibition curated by faculty member Marvin Heiferman. According to Heiferman, “To become effective image-makers in a world defined by, distracted by and dependent upon the look of things demands imagination. What ties the works of these various artists together is their shared desire to make photographic images that master the look of things, and then to go further and reveal something deeper, and more personal, about who they are and what they stand for.”

Twenty-seven artists will have work in the exhibition, taking on a variety of subject matter and media, including photographs, artists’ books, videos, Web sites, drawings and sculpture. “See What I Mean?” is on display in the Visual Arts Gallery, 601 West 26th Street, Suite 1502, July 15 – 30; there will be a reception for the artists on Tuesday, July 19, 6 – 8pm.

Image: Rachel Papo, Rain, 2005.

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