Charlee Biddle | Anna Cadle | Haley Canter | Ashley Carroll | Austin Cathey | Katie Caudill | Breanna Cole | Kevin Corotis | Benjamin Dehmlow | Mason Eagle | Sidney Edwards | Brea Frey | Ashlyn Lazor | Isabelle Luca | Alexa Marines | Josephine Masset | Candice McGlosson | Britt Meister | Kate Milham | Moumita Banik Mou | OMA and Memory Cafe artists with dementia and Miami University students | Connor Redwine | Saumyabrata Roy | Kayla Skurski | Lily Tran | Lila Willis | Landon Woodard
In this sixth juried Student Response Exhibition (SRE), Miami University students are called upon to creatively respond to a select theme – the Circle. Selecting Circling ‘Round as the main theme enables students to think beyond the limitations of a physical form.
Typically represented in two or three dimensions a circle is a shape that has many connotations. We see it in the form or shape of the Earth, a ring, a ball, a pearl, a pipe, and other round objects. A circle can also be represented in a metaphorical, theoretical and abstract explanations. What else can a circle represent? How can artists interpret the form and function of a circle? Does it have different meanings based on historical, cultural, religious or scientific relevance?
Thirty-two works out of the 98 pieces submitted are featured in this exhibition. The final selection of works was juried by a committee. Thanks to the Miami University Art Museum Membership Committee, three cash awards will be given to the best three pieces in the exhibition.