Parabola: Assembly

December 7, 2018
Des Lee Gallery, 1627 Washington Ave.

In a time where politics and controversy have come to a crossroads with unlimited access and networks, exploring issues of the body has never been more essential to our understanding of ourselves. The Des Lee Gallery and the Graduate Arts Organization present Parabola: Assembly, an exhibition that seeks to celebrate interdisciplinary collaboration across all fields of graduate study at WashU and unite individuals across disciplines and differences, with the intention of leading conversations that explore identity in our community. Students were encouraged to contextualize their disciplines in terms of artwork, and submit works exploring issues of experience, environment, and policies in relation to the body. Co-curated by graduate art students Sarah Adcock and Rachel Lebo with Des Lee Gallery director Brandon Anschultz.

The opening reception will take place from 6-9p December 7, with additional gallery hours 1-6p December 8.

The exhibition includes work by the following graduate students: Beatriz Barbosa de Carvalho, Felicia Clemmons, Damaris Dunham, Sara Ghazi, Andrea Godshalk, Hattie Hardt, Patrick Harrington, Elliot Head, Lara Head and Cole Pruitt, Rachel Kalman, Yeeun Kang, Alex Klein, Sarah Knight, Junhao Li, Liz Moore, Emily Mueller, Lacy Murphy, Lola Ogbara, Bryan Page, Cora Rozencohn, Chris Scott, Janie Stamm, Lingrong Wang, and Sixue Yang.