To See the Unseen
Works by Sasha Adorno, one of USF’s Masters of Fine Arts 3rd year Graduate students.
The work focuses on the relationship between microscopic and macroscopic views and how Adorno has implemented them in conveying narratives of death, creation and the spaces beyond them; the space that is unseen.
Much of the material that is used in biomorphic in nature or chosen because of the possibility to make it so. Translucency and fragility are also important in conveying the aesthetic of impermanence. This is achieved with materials such as wax, soap, monofilament, string, plastic, transparent papers.
Adorno anticipates that viewers will see the beauty and mystery of things less observed and minuscule in the microscopic systems that interconnect all living organisms.
It is always interesting to interact with other individuals apart from those within your own field of practice. The artist is interested in hearing the scope of understanding and recognition within the community and possibly beyond.
There are many areas of craft that Sasha Adorno has a great interests in. Being able to pursue projects that encourage interdisciplinary
interactions and dialogue is very interesting to her (i.e. performance, theatre, sciences); finding new avenues in which to convey and share my ideas of connectivity and universality both big and small.
.DessART, Centre Gallery’s opening reception for this exhibit, will be held on September 21st from 12 – 1 p.m. and the closing reception will be held from 7 – 9 p.m. on Friday, October 2nd. The Centre Gallery is located on the second floor of the Marshall Student Center in room 2700, at 4202 E. Fowler Ave., Tampa, Fla. It is free and open to the public. Gallery hours are 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.
“To See the Unseen” by Sasha Adorno 9/21 – 10/02
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