Senior Kaila Mock’s thesis exhibition, “(dis)comfort,” is on display in the Norman R. Eppink Gallery through March 15. The exhibition “deals with the aftermath of sexual violence on both the mind and the body,” according to an Eppink Gallery press release.
The showing has been on display since Tuesday, but the opening reception is from 5-7 p.m. tomorrow in the Bruder Theater Lobby of King Hall. Mock will graduate in May with a bachelor’s degree in glass, sculpture, photography and a minor in art history.
Joe Sircoulomb, senior glass and sculpture major, will also open his thesis exhibition, “Queer,” from 5-7 p.m. tomorrow in the Bruder Theater Lobby of King Hall. Sircoulomb’s exhibition has been on display since Tuesday, and it will show in the Gilson Memorial Gallery through March 15.
Sircoulomb’s show “addresses eastern esoteric traditions, while taking a stance for the equality of gender and sexual minorities,” according to the press release. He will graduate in May with his bachelor’s degree, as well as a minor in art history.