Lindsay Deifik, MFA 2015

Thesis Exhibition: March 18 – March 21, 2015

Opening Reception: March 20, 6 – 8:30 PM
Hours: Wednesday – Saturday, 11 AM – 6 PM

Burnfield by Lindsay Deifik

Slunk by Lindsay Deifik

My practice uses digital and traditional print technologies, drawing, and sculpture. I am concerned with the lenses with which we view our external lived environment as well as the lenses of introspection. My basic questions are: What social and political apparatuses are at work inside of us that separate the natural from the cultivated– and in what ways do they make themselves known in our behaviors? What perceptual truths do we keep hidden from others? From ourselves? My most recent body of sculptural images intends to quietly announce themselves- via subtle sculptural shifts that push into viewers’ physical space. The works primarily use Satin, Velvet, Wood, Steel and Glass to meet these ends.    

All images courtesy of the artist.