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Tuesday, February 14 • 1:30pm - 3:00pm
On the Ceiling Exhibition Discussion

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On the Ceiling is an exhibition of student work created as a visual response project, inspired by the novel Au Plafond (On the Ceiling) by Éric Chevillard. The images will be on display throughout Innovation Forum week. Professor Hiebert and student exhibitors will discuss the project at this session.

In the novel, one of the distinguishing features of the main character is that he wears a chair upside-down on his head -- both an absurdist gesture and a creative horizon from which the story itself unfolds.

For the project, students were challenged to take a picture of someone wearing a chair, incorporating the spirit of engagement into the process. The intent was to initiate dialogue among participants – as a space for whimsical speculation and creative rethinking of performance and representation.

Contributing Artists:

Rachel Alley
Jo-Anne Antoun
Taylor Atkinson
Tammy Awe
Jennifer Clarke
Kayleigh Garman
Harmony Gonty
Natasha Haining
Ben Hou
Crystal Kam
Ellis Kao
Kelly Knapp
Peter Koshi
Roy Lee
Skye MacLeod
Savannah Martin
Kandy Mason
Cristian Nicolae
Ajay Pellegrini
John Phillips
Julianne Powers
Katherine Redfield
Teppei Sato
Kat Seidemann
Nicholas Siclari
Rebecca Simms
Duong Tran
Regine Tugublimas
Brandon Vana
Kim Walker
Liusu Wang
Hilary Warren
Sandy Wu
Xi Yang Yan

Sponsored by Clamor and the Student Photography Club


Speakers
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Professor Ted Hiebert

Ted Hiebert is an Assistant Professor in Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences at the University of Washington Bothell. He received a Ph.D. in Humanities from Concordia University and an M.F.A. in Fine Arts from the University of Calgary. He received a B.F.A. (Honors) in Visual Arts from the University of Victoria. Hiebert's research practice is multi-faceted, interdisciplinary and often collaborative -- spanning theoretical research, scholarly... Read More →


Tuesday February 14, 2012 1:30pm - 3:00pm
North Creek Events Center

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