Human as a Vessel Reception
These works are about the uncanny effects of feeling on the human body. From fear to empathy, trauma to memory, growth to decay; the human is a vessel shaped by every lived experience. Each work explores how the body may choose to repress memories, create connections and a sense of belonging, or even dissociate from familiar imagery or experiences. The reception will take place September 12th from 6-8 PM in the Paul Whitney Larson Art Gallery in the St. Paul Student Center. This exhibition features works by Jen Angell, Ashlyn Boehme, Emily Dzieweczynski, and Jessica Hill.
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