Popular Culture Is Where the Pedagogy Is: Explorations of Provocation and Praxis

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MFA Fine Arts presents an exhibition of work by graduating students that explores three categories of art making processes: “observational aesthetics," a practice that may both objectively or subjectively regard social phenomenon through object making; “active engagement," a practice reliant on performance and other forms of physical and participatory interaction with the audience; and “aesthetic neo-formalism," a methodology concerned with the idea of "art for art's sake" in the contemporary context. Curated by Jasmine Wahi.MFA Fine Arts presents an exhibition of work by graduating students that explores three categories of art making processes: “observational aesthetics," a practice that may both objectively or subjectively regard social phenomenon through object making; “active engagement," a practice reliant on performance and other forms of physical and participatory interaction with the audience; and “aesthetic neo-formalism," a methodology concerned with the idea of "art for art's sake" in the contemporary context. Curated by Jasmine Wahi.Participating students include Kaja Andersen, Yael Azoulay, Eli Barak, AnnaLiisa Benston, Shannon Broder, D. Myntia Daniels, Sean Donovan, Delano Dunn, Ron Erlih, Noelle Fitzsimmons, Ruth Freeman, Franco Frontera, Michal Geva, Marilyn Gomez, Ragnheidur Karadottir, Georgia Lale, Younghoo Lee, Scarlett Lingwood, Susan Luss, Amalia Mourad, Sophie Parker, Juan Camilo Rodelo, Jonathan Schouela, Hyunwook Seo, Ali Shrago-Spechler, Michelle Sumaray, Marvin Touré, Richard Vivenzio and Dàreece Walker. 

School of Visual Arts - SVA
209 East 23 Street
l 800.436. New York
United states
800.436.4204
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Popular Culture Is Where the Pedagogy Is: Explorations of Provocation and Praxis School of Visual Arts - SVA Main address: School of Visual Arts - SVA 209 East 23 Street l 800.436. New York, United states School of Visual Arts - SVA 209 East 23 Street l 800.436. New York, United states MFA Fine Arts presents an exhibition of work by graduating students that explores three categories of art making processes: “observational aesthetics," a practice that may both objectively or subjectively regard social phenomenon through object making; “active engagement," a practice reliant on performance and other forms of physical and participatory interaction with the audience; and “aesthetic neo-formalism," a methodology concerned with the idea of "art for art's sake" in the contemporary context. Curated by Jasmine Wahi.MFA Fine Arts presents an exhibition of work by graduating students that explores three categories of art making processes: “observational aesthetics," a practice that may both objectively or subjectively regard social phenomenon through object making; “active engagement," a practice reliant on performance and other forms of physical and participatory interaction with the audience; and “aesthetic neo-formalism," a methodology concerned with the idea of "art for art's sake" in the contemporary context. Curated by Jasmine Wahi.Participating students include Kaja Andersen, Yael Azoulay, Eli Barak, AnnaLiisa Benston, Shannon Broder, D. Myntia Daniels, Sean Donovan, Delano Dunn, Ron Erlih, Noelle Fitzsimmons, Ruth Freeman, Franco Frontera, Michal Geva, Marilyn Gomez, Ragnheidur Karadottir, Georgia Lale, Younghoo Lee, Scarlett Lingwood, Susan Luss, Amalia Mourad, Sophie Parker, Juan Camilo Rodelo, Jonathan Schouela, Hyunwook Seo, Ali Shrago-Spechler, Michelle Sumaray, Marvin Touré, Richard Vivenzio and Dàreece Walker.  Book tickets