Campus Canvas: Feb. 13

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Tianyi (Frida) Jiang | Class of 2021| She/Her/Hers

“In my paintings, I am hoping to explore ways to convey emotion through the usage of contrasting colors and in what ways can a painting break from the traditional idea of depicting figures. The thread-made artwork refers to the Chinese folk tale of the “red line of destiny.” The artwork addresses the complexity of life and its uncontrollable randomness. The final work is a sculpture of clay-made advertisement pens. It was distributed to the general audience, challenging the relationship between functionality and the effectiveness of distribution.”

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