Pratt Institute and Charles S. Cohen, President/Owner of the Decoration & Design Building, will unveil a two-year exhibition of 60 digital prints by 15 alumni artists from Pratt's renowned digital arts, photography, and illustration programs at a public reception beginning June 7.
The prints will be on display in the common space between the D&D Building's 120 showrooms. Editioned, signed, and archival copies of the displayed works will be made available for purchase by Pratt Institute's Department of Exhibitions.
Clockwise from L to R: The Queen, 2010 by Leah Brizard (B.F.A. Photography, '10); Winter Break, 2010 by Olivia Gulin (B.F.A. Communications Design/Illustration, '10); Basketball Hoops, 2009 by Jessica Flon (B.F.A. Photography, '10); Untitled by Nick Pedersen (M.F.A. Digital Arts, '11); and Uncle's House by Natasha Otrakji (B.F.A. Photography, '10).
The exhibition is curated by Jen Osborne, assistant director of Exhibitions, Pratt Institute, and will feature work by Leah Brizard, Colleen Caporal, Nadine Donath, Katrina Eugenia, Jessica Flon, Olivia Gulin, Elizabeth Latten, Melissa Ling, Bianca LoRegio, Sydney McCaslin, Michelle C. Muzyka, Tory Novikova, Natasha Otrakji, Nick Pedersen, and Samantha Spagnuolo.
Students in Pratt's graduate digital arts program engage with the creation of artwork using digital technologies, and study in one of three areas: digital animation and motion arts, interactive arts, and digital imaging. Within the context of new media, students use critical thinking, creative problem solving, technical facility and conceptual skills to develop a sophisticated body of work.
A public reception will take place Tuesday, June 7 from 6 to 8 PM.
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