DEPS - Department of Exhibitions, Performance & Student Spaces Columbia College Chicago
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Jamie Nance, Widdle Bwoody Wuddy, 2020, Oil on canvas
Andrew C.S. time path print 1 (orange traffic safety barrier), 2020
 Madison Juliana Alexander, Quarantine Thoughts (video still), 2020
Kristin Sherwin  Thumbtack, 2019 Ink and bamboo pen on rice paper
Simon Knuth/Psymon, Chronostratigraphy, (video still), 2020
Mark Lexby Do better economic models exist?, 2020, photograph
Anthony Macias/Sancte Antoni

Adaption: Altering Perception
2020 Undergraduate Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition

Adaption: Altering Perception, The 2020 Undergraduate Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition features the works of seven degree candidates in Columbia’s Fine Arts program. The exhibition, which includes zines, prints, paintings, drawings, garments, video, performance and installation works, represents the culmination of four years’ worth of development of a cohesive body of work for each artist while earning their degrees. Originally taking place at The Arcade, the physical exhibition has been moved to an online platform due to the COVID-19 outbreak. 

Participating artists include: Madison Juliana Alexander, Andrew C.S., Simon Knuth/Psymon,
Anthony Macias/Sancte Antoni, Mark Lexby, Jamie Nance and Kristin Sherwin.

Please click here to view the virtual exhibition:
Adaption: Altering Perception, 2020 Undergraduate Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition

In conjunction with the virtual exhibition, the Department of Exhibitions, Performance, and Student Spaces (DEPS) has created an Artist Profile Series to illuminate the works of these artists in a meaningful way, giving you the chance to connect with them and their work across boundaries.

Please click on the links below to view interactive artist profiles:

Madison link 300 andrew link 300 Simon link 300

Anthony link 300 Mark Link 300 Jamie link 300

                                                         Kristin link 300

Adaption: Altering Perception, The 2020 Undergraduate Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition is presented in conjunction with the Department of Exhibitions, Performance, and Student Spaces (DEPS) and the Art and Art History department and Adam Brooks, Professor at Columbia College Chicago.

Columbia College Chicago's Department of Exhibition, Performance and Student Spaces strives to bring the most innovative, distinguished and accessible exhibits to the community addressing contemporary issues concerning that diversity of thought, value and culture. The art displayed does not, however necessarily reflect the opinions, views or values of the College.

Exhibition Contact: Mark Porter, mporter@colum.edu/312-369-6643
Gallery Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 9 a.m.- 5 p.m.
Thursday 9 a.m.- 7 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday, Closed 

All DEPS facilities, including event spaces, galleries and ShopColumbia will be CLOSED to the public until further notice.