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BFA Fall 2015

Bachelor of Fine Arts

Exhibition

November 30 - December 18

2015

 

Featuring works by

Logan Mooney & Miles Nitz

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 Photo - Professor Kihata, Miles Nitz, Logan Mooney, Professor Johnson

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Artists Reception

Thursday, December 3, 4:30 - 7:00pm

This exhibition features artworks of the graduating Bachelor of Fine Arts students, Logan Mooney and Miles Nitz. This exhibition serves as a completion of their undergraduate program.  

 

Miles Nitz is from Saginaw Michigan, and will be receiving his Bachelors of Fine Arts in Photography.

"I prefer to work with film because I feel it lends authenticity to the techniques I am working with. It also allows the images to be manipulated in a very direct and physical way. The techniques that I've employed in my series are multiple exposure and solarization. Multiple exposure photography involves capturing two or more images within one frame of film. Film solarization is a more complex technique in which the film is re-exposed to light before being fully developed. In my series I'm exploring how the impact of a portrait can be altered through these techniques and the resulting dichotomies created by texture, artifact, color and tonal value."

Half-Life
Film Solarization
Silver Gelatin Print
Rumination
Film Double Exposure
Inkjet Print
Untitled
Film Double Exposure
Inkjet Print
Residual
Film Solarization
Silver Gelatin Print

 

 Logan Mooney is from Tawas Michigan, and will be recieving his Bachelors of Fine Arts in Graphic Design.

"My illustrations make use of bright, colorful, and complex vector graphic compositions which narrate ambiguous, visual allegories. These illustrations are produced on skateboard decks, which exist within a brand that I’ve created to give the series a marketable home. Creating things like a unique logo, branding guidelines, product mock-ups and other such materials has put the design skills and practices I’ve learned at SVSU to the ultimate test." 

Partial
Vector graphics
Printed Vinyl on Wood
Tools1.5
Vector graphics
Printed Vinyl on Wood
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Samurai
Vector graphics
Printed Vinyl on Wood
Twenty Five
Vector graphics
Printed Vinyl on Wood

 

Reception photos: Josh Gillard 

All gallery exhibitions and receptions are free and open to the public.  For open gallery hours or call (989) 964-4159.  The University Art Gallery is located in the Arbury Fine Arts Center on the campus of Saginaw Valley State University, svsu.edu/visit/campusmaps.