Tag archive for College of Architecture Art and Humanities

Bloom

Todd McDonald, associate professor of art, is a painter who finds extraordinary visual ideas in ordinary settings.

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Drive Time

Jillian Weise gets some of her best ideas when she’s driving her car. No wonder her poetry and fiction cover so much ground.

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sacred places, shattered spaces

Fist-sized chunks of lime­stone and cracked brick. Crumbled masonry and leveled columns. Shattered buttresses and pots, toys, and tools.

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Rooms for getting better

“The Patient Room 2020 mock-up is very high tech, but it’s not about that,” Dina Battisto says. “It’s about restoring hope and comfort and control to patients and their families.”

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The cabinet of curiosity

Drew began to see the landscape in new ways. It could still be personal and lovely, but now there was also conflict, powerful new technology, and layers of documentation: data sets and scientific symbols, lines on maps.

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As close as someone you care about

Brian Booth is looking for a way to tame a wild child. Cancer is genetics’ wild child, relentless, growing from cell to tumor, restless, reaching from brain to bone, reckless, destroying even the body it makes home.

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the explorer’s craft

For his expedition into the Savannah River watershed, Wrangle had to rebuild his motorboat.

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Somebody had to go.

Sorry about that. Somebody had to go. Couldn’t let everybody off the hook.

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a slave’s life

You got whipped for not working fast enough. You got whipped for not admitting to a minor theft you didn’t commit. You got whipped for praying, for not obeying quickly enough, for taking a muskmelon to keep from starving. And sometimes you got whipped just for the pure sadistic hell of it.

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here comes the sun

In the corners of Lee 3, small red bulbs are glowing. This means, keep the windows closed. Today is a red-light day, the weather gray and cold.

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