You Are Here: MFA Thesis Exhibition of Sierra Forester
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You Are Here
The MFA Thesis Exhibition of TCU Sculpture Graduate Student Sierra Forester
Moudy Art Gallery, Texas Christian University
October 5 - 12, 2020
The Art Galleries at TCU presents You Are Here, Sierra Forester’s MFA Thesis Exhibition. You Are Here will be on view at Moudy Gallery from October 5 -12, 2020, with an online gallery and other digital materials coming soon.
You Are Here is an exhibition depicting the work of Sierra Forester, a graduating MFA candidate at Texas Christian University. The work, immersive in nature, revolves around the notion of discovery and journey. In the exhibition, Forester poses questions we may never be able to answer. How small are we? How expansive is our impact on the world? The universe? An ant?
Sierra Forester is an artist who grew up in northern California and is now living and working in Texas. In her work she emphasizes the immediate environment through found materials and installation work. Forester works through observing, questioning, and through attempting to understand what cannot be understood. Through autonomic gestures, her aim is to grasp and visualize our existence as well as the constructs that we build around us; however lofty that may be. Frequent studies in Forester’s practice include the social frameworks we use to navigate our relationship with the world as well as our perception of time. Minimal in form, the work remains open-ended and porous with hopes of allowing a multitude of perceptions to be drawn from the work.
About Moudy Gallery
Moudy Gallery is located in Moudy North Building on TCU’s campus. 2805 S. University Dr., Fort Worth, Texas. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, The Art Galleries at TCU will remain closed to the public through the Fall 2020 semester. Current TCU students, faculty, and staff can make an appointment to view this exhibition. Admission is free. For more information about this exhibition, images for press, or details about other activities of The Art Galleries at TCU visit the Galleries website www.theartgalleries.tcu.edu or call 817-257-2588.
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This exhibition will be available on our Artsy Page, as well as a 3D walkthrough and a video tour. Check back for more details.
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