Installation image from the Winter 2013 Senior Exhibition.
April 16 – May 2, 2014
Closing Reception: Friday, May 2, 7-9pm

NMU School of Art and Design Winter 2014 Senior Exhibition

Graduating Seniors present their work from all areas of the School of Art and Design including ceramics, drawing/painting, digital cinema, electronic imaging, furniture design, graphic communication, human centered design, illustration, jewelry/metals/blacksmithing, photography, printmaking, sculpture, and woodworking.
Lázlós Dús, Evolution 3, 1982
color lithograph
January 20 – August 24

The End Will Look as the Beginning Did:
Selections from the Permanent Art Collection

THE END WILL LOOK AS THE BEGINNING DID asks the viewer to reflect on time - its beginning, its passage, its end - through disparate artifacts from the DeVos Art Museum’s permanent collection. We, the student interns, plundered the climate-controlled storage room for these objects. Any formal classification standards have dissolved after being filtered through our individual and collective idiosyncrasies. Juxtaposition of abstraction and figuration, ruin and creation, utopia and dystopia permeate. Though the selection, arrangement and presentation of these objects are our construction, any narrative threads between the works are not static, but constantly rewritten.

Co-curated by DeVos Art Museum interns Matthew Bizoe, Craig Neeson, Samantha Page and Sophia Thomas. This exhibition is supported by the John X. and June A. Jamrich Endowment for the Arts.