The Art Galleries at TCU is pleased to present Shery Anaya's MFA Thesis Exhibition.
Let things taste of what they are distorts the norms of a typical dining experience. Considering the deconstruction and consumption of the body, absurd actions surprise and set the tone for the examination of our roles within gendered labor, sexuality, and domestic space. Humor tempers the seriousness of these topics to avoid confrontation at the dinner table.
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Sheryl Anaya is a Puerto Rican artist and educator based in Fort Worth, Texas. She is a current graduate student at Texas Christian University pursuing a Master of Fine Arts in Studio Art with an emphasis in Sculpture and received her Bachelor of Fine Arts from Texas Woman’s University in 2013. Sheryl’s work examines identity through the universality of the human experience, intimate relationships, and nostalgia, whether humorous or gut-wrenching. Her work has been shown regionally, nationally, and internationally. www.sherylanaya.com | @sherylanaya on instagram
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