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Singularities

UK Art Museum - February 24 - April 23

Exhibited at The Art Museum, University of Kentucky.  The show runs from January 28- April 23.  Singularities is a commissioned installation that deals with vision, perception, and anamorphic projection techniques exploring the power of position: specifically, how perspectival techniques can challenge our understanding of a space.

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The Eighth Scene

Lexington Art League CURRENTS Show - February 24 - April 23

Invited to exhibit work for the Expanding Fields show at The Lexington Art League.

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Anamorphic Installation

UK Architecture Studio

Students from the vertical Architecture research studio began the semester by creating two anamorphic installations in Pence Hall.  The studio was centered around research relating to perspective, illusion and anamorphosis.

 

Participants:  Abby Davis, Ammar Hejazi, Brittany Leneave, Bryan Wright,  Glenward Fuchs, Hunter Heymann, Julia Arnold, Mariana Moreira de Carvalho, Natalie May, Nick Abend,  Pooya Mohaghegh, Thomas Lanham.

 

PHOTOS/VIDEO:  Bryan Wright

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Peterborough Competition

Peterborough NH - Spring 2016

One of nine designers invited by The MacDowell Colony to participate in the Peterborough Riverfront Design Competition in 2016.

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People's Portal Exhibition

Lexington KY, 2015

 

Invited to install work for temporary exhibition at The People's Bank in Lexington Kentucky.

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The MacDowell Installations

The MacDowell Colony for the Arts Fellowship, Spring 2015

 

In the Spring of 2015 I was awarded a MacDowell Colony for the Arts Fellowship, a residency program for artists with specific, current projects they wish to develop.

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Fresh Meat Journal

Chicago, IL 2015

 

Collages and Relative Positioning research featured on cover and within FRESH MEAT Journal, vol VII 2015, University of Illinois Chicago School of Architecture.

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Notes From The Moving Center

Lexington Art League, CURRENTS Show, Spring 2015

 

Notes from the Moving Center was a commissioned installation comprised of two works that developed as part of my growing interest in vision, perception, and anamorphic projection techniques exploring the power of position: specifically, how perspectival techniques can challenge our understanding of a space.

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