Art: Sharareh Khosravani MFA Installation at UC

DAAP MFA student Sharareh Khosravani’s thesis work, which is currently installed in Van Wormer Hall, is worth the trek to the university’s oldest standing building on campus.

This is the time of year that the University of Cincinnati’s various gallery spaces come alive with art. Most of those places are specifically designated for the exhibition of art, while others become exhibition spaces by default. DAAP MFA student Sharareh Khosravani’s thesis work, which is currently installed in Van Wormer Hall, is worth the trek to the university’s oldest standing building on campus. Installed under the building’s iconic dome, the massive cocoon-like structure made of paper mache, fabric, saw dust and hair confronts the symmetrical architecture of the building to “refer to the Eastern philosophy of illumination and mystical dimensions.” 


On view through April 18. 110 Van Wormer Hall, University of Cincinnati, 2614 McMicken Circle, Clifton, daap.uc.edu.

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