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Visual Arts

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OUTtober

Jonathan Katz identifies Warhol’s pop art as queer art

Ann BasuQUEERING THE MUSEUM: Jonathan Katz, founder of the Harvey Milk Institute and visual culture scholar, spoke about censorship of Warhol’s art. In his lecture on Wednesday, Jonathan Katz argued that pop art is an inherently queer form of self-expression, an idea originally censored in a now fully-published interview with Andy Warhol.

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Photography

Jude Marx ’18 on photography, poetry and memory

Sam HoneggerPORTRAIT OF AN ARTIST: Jude Marx ’18 has a passion for teaching, writing and portrait photography. Much of her work encompasses all three interests. For Marx, portraiture is about collaboration, visibility and empowerment. Jude Marx ’18 is an English and education coordinate major who has worked at Bowdoin and beyond to carry out creative projects, mainly through portraiture and creative writing.

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Visual Arts

Bollinger animates with paint

Victoria YuStories in motion: Matt Bollinger speaks about his artwork in Kresge Auditorium last Monday. Bollinger creates fictionalized accounts of his life experiences through multimedia animations, featuring original paintings and music. “The strongest artists are ever more themselves in the work,” the artist said.

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Visual Arts

Senior studio exhibition highlights non-traditional mediums

Jenny IbsenGET THE PICTURE: Carly Berlin '18 looks at Heather Chan's '17 piece, "Divergence."Jenny IbsenGET THE PICTURE: Haleigh Collins' multimedia video piece plays on Monday evening.Jenny IbsenGET THE PICTURE: Sofi Lopez ’18 admires Laura Griffee’s ’17 installation Senior visual arts majors presented their final exhibitions on Monday evening in an eclectic display of video monitors, sound art, photography and large oil portraits on canvas.

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