luminous deer

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Luminous Deer takes its cue from the historic Made in Oregon sign which graces the rooftop of the University of Oregon in Portland. The exhibition showcases the work of 13 dedicated artists who relocated to Portland for a fifth year of focused undergraduate study devoted entirely to the research and development of their terminal project. These highly motivated Digital Arts Bachelor of Fine Arts students creatively navigate between studio practice, media specific internships, academic study and individualized research. Collectively, their work challenges mediated assumptions of complicity and truth be it via social networks, political satire, reality television, excessive consumerism, cinema or simply through eloquent personal reflections on identity, nation and culture. Artists include Alison Ho, Christopher Oshiro, Daniel Sexton, Jennifer Cohen, Kate Sessions, Liz Bayan, Matt Nixon, Melissa Tennant, Nawal Alaoui, Paul Calvert, Priscilla Vasquez, Sarah Ludwig, Steven Uppinghouse.
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BFA Digital Arts University of Oregon
September 28, 2011
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