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INDIGO, an Interdisciplinary Art Exhibition

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Opening reception: Friday, Dec. 7 from 4 to 6 p.m.

The Dean's Office of Jacobs School of Engineering, UC San Diego

“Indigo” celebrates a diversity of interdisciplinary artistic practices happening in UC San Diego, and engages audiences with art outside of a traditional gallery setting. This exhibition features pieces created by students, faculty, and alumni from both engineering and artistic fields of study.

The exhibition is curated by UC San Diego alumni Farshid Bazmandegan, and is supported by Dean Albert Pisano and Dean Cristina Della Coletta as a partnership between the Jacobs School of Engineering and the Division of Arts and Humanities.

Featuring work by:

Katherine Agard, Ana Andrade, Harold Cohen, John Dombroski, Grace Grothaus, Kevin Kaufmann, Abe King, Lei Liang, Eddy Miramontes, Maya Grace Misra, Carolina Montejo, János Négyesy, Jon Paden, Gabi Schaffzin, Rancho Shampoo, Brad Stevenson, Elizabeth Stringer, Shahrokh Yadegari and Pinar Yoldas.

The UCSD Community Stations
Teddy Cruz + Fonna Forman

Turin 1911: The World’s Fair in Italy
Cristina Della Coletta (UC San Diego Division of Arts and Humanities), Filiberto Chiabrando (Politecnico di Torino), Falko Kuester and Dominique Rissolo (Cultural Heritage Engineering Initiative)

The Stuart Collection and the University Art Gallery collection
Bruce Nauman, Do Ho Suh, Daniel Buren and Torrie Groening

In Her Eyes
Zhouqun Xu, Hanhui Lou and Yanxi Wang

At 4:30 p.m. the opening reception will feature a music performance by MFA student John Dombroski at "Fallen Star."

The exhibition is part of a series of exhibitions using the academic administration space as a place for showing art and engaging with audiences outside of a traditional gallery setting. The three previous exhibitions — Chroma, Mint and Lava — were held at the dean's office of the Division of Arts and Humanities, the office of the Graduate Division and the office of the Executive Vice Chancellor respectively, with support from dean Cristina Della Coletta, dean Kit Pogliano and Executive Vice Chancellor Elizabeth H. Simmons.




Farshid Bazmandegan, program manager
Arts and Community Engagement
Division of Arts and Humanities
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