• Graceson Channel Lapse
    Graceson Aufderheide, Channel Lapse, archival pigment print, 2020.
  • Tiffany Park, Epiffanies, album cover, 2020
    Tiffany Park, Epiffany, album cover, 2020
  • Jordi Natasha Closet
    Jordi Pedroza, Natasha Closet, drawing, 2020
  • Nicole close up of painting
    Nicole Choi, detail of painting, 2020

No Need For Shower Shoes featuring works by Graceson Aufderheide, Nicole Choi, Ethan Hardacre, Kyle Lenhart-Wees, Sophie Morada, Tiffany Park, Jordi Pedroza

Works by senior art majors that will include drawings, fiber arts, paintings, prints, sculptures, videos and more. The exhibition will be online only for now @ noneedforshowershoes.com.

"Recently I have been exploring the idea of a moment, and that is reflected in all three of my pieces in this show. Channel Lapse is a photo series where the structure of each photograph is altered to contain three distinct moments—one in each color channel of the image. One Street Block is a photo series which produces a portrait of the current time, and Perspectives offers illustrations to depict everyday spaces." — Graceson Aufderheide

"In this [album] work, I wish to create smiles on people's faces with a compilation of straightforward, lighthearted, energetic, and hopeful epiffanies." — Tiffany Park

"I oddly find it comforting and intimate to be physically present in people's personal locations. Growing up, I would, and still, make excuses to enter my friends' house so I could see how their bedroom and bathroom looked. I found that these locations were the most sincere and personal, even if they were being shared with a family member. Due to the lockdown, I no longer can physically enter these spaces anymore, so I asked friends and strangers if they could send me photos of corners of their house. I complied the photos and translated these photos into drawings that capture the intimate moments I imagined." — Jordi Pedroza