Matthew Day Jackson's work explores the dichotomy between the past and present and the narrative of his own identity within history.
Scott Carter blurs the distinctions between the artwork and gallery space by excavating sections of the walls to create the sculptures contained within.
Acclaimed Japanese composer and visual artist Ryoji Ikeda explores the contemporary world of information and data.
Nari Ward’s practice plays with the ambiguity and symbolism of objects sourced in his immediate surroundings.
Known for his complex, monumental and kaleidoscopic mandala paintings, SCAD alumnus Caomin Xie ponders the magnitude and ethereal beauty of the celestial realm.
Considered one of the most important contemporary artists of his generation, Xu Bing is the SCAD deFINE ART 2015 honoree.
The entanglement and dislocation expressed in Alain Nitegeka’s work reference his personal experiences of escape and migration.
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