Art students create outside installation

Western Today staff
  • WWU Art 372 students stand by their creations in front of the Fine Arts building on campus. Courtesy photo
    WWU Art 372 students stand by their creations in front of the Fine Arts building on campus. Courtesy photo

Students in the Art 372 Color Photography class have an installation in place in front of the Fine Arts building on the Western Washington University campus.

The installation, titled "FRONT/BACK," is designed to push the boundaries between the two dimensional photograph and three dimensional space. How does a color photograph move into the realm of sculptural and physical space? Playing with the ideas of placards, real estate signs, campaign yard signs, each has a front and back image which was laminated and then mounted on a free standing wooden stake.

Participating students are Catheleen Abramowicz, Beaudry Allen, Jack Anderson, Madeline Berkman, Jessica Bloom, Kimmiree Bolla, Lillian Cazier, Abigail Chamness, Breanna Coon, Noah Gray, Shelby Hagemann, Rachel Ivancic, Rebekkah James, Madison Jedlick, Kathryn Johnson, Emily Jones-Blachowicz, Anna Kerr and Dylan Vogel.

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Thursday, May 26, 2016 - 11:45am

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