PJ SeelertPAPER CUTS: As evidenced in the graphite on cut paper piece “Paradox 2,” Isaac Jaegerman ’16 blends the representational, the abstract and the geometric in his artwork. “The work that I’m making right now is very slow-moving and kind of methodical,” said Jaegerman.
Sam HoneggerFILLING IN THE GAPS: Jeonguk Choi ’18 creates “time-based media” that explore various aspects of his identity. His latest installation, “The gaps were filled with water that soon evaporated,” is now on display in the Blue Gallery.
Ann Basu Parker Lemal-Brown ’18 is a sociology major and Francophone Studies minor. They started writing plays during the spring of their sophomore year, and their one-act play, “Gesundheit,” was recently selected for the upcoming Maine Playwrights Festival.
Ann Basu This interview has been edited for length and clarity. Q: When did you first start dancing? At Bowdoin or before? A: There is a really small, lovely dance company called Flock Dance Troupe [in Vermont].