Fairbanks Gallery April 10-17, 2021
Pseudo-Solitude - B.F.A. thesis
“The non-relational features triggered by the biological reaction to social isolation, when they predominate, constitute what we call pseudo-solitude.” Averill and Sundararajan’s (2014) theory of authentic solitude is associated with perceived closeness with others as well as with oneself. (Experiences of Solitude: Issues of Assessment, Theory, and Culture; Dr. James Averill & Dr. Louise Sundararajan). Although throughout quarantine we have been largely in isolation, external stimuli is still abundant. I experience solitude vicariously through my art in an attempt to connect with myself and others while still largely feeling a disconnect, a new feeling of emptiness.
Group Show at Truckenbrod Gallery Spring 2021
with artists Lennox Alliston and Shuo Cai
EYES ON FIRE
Truckenbrod Gallery - Corvallis OR - Juniper Alliston, Shuo Cai, Lacey Prososki
Video/Photos by: Nicholas Svoboda
We burn from the screens we use to escape the outside world. Ignited by our own reflections, we capture yet another self-portrait in confinement and work tirelessly through a new reality. This exhibition encompasses the experiences of being a young artist under the circumstances of COVID-19. Brought together by the OSU Art Department, alumni Shuo Cai, and BFA seniors Juniper Alliston and Lacey Prososki present Eyes on Fire.
EYES ON FIRE
Eyes on Fire included live performance paintings - viewers were welcome to watch through windows of the gallery or social distance inside. Video by Nich Svoboda of the exhibition, including interviews of artists, is included on the home page.
Linn Benton Art Gallery
Plan B is a virtual LBCC Exhibition of work by the Spring 2020 OSU ART 481 Advanced Painting students co-curated by Alexandra Walchli and Lacey Prososki. Plan B is loosely themed around the times we are all currently living in, with the majority of works created in circumstances of COVID 19 quarantine.