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4 4 SPRING SPRING /SUMMER 2014 WEINBERG/SUMMER 2014 WEINBERG STANDARD OF MEASURE Art Theory and Practice Professor “Sculpture is both an Iñigo Manglano-Ovalle asked intellectual and material practice students in his Introduction to in which we are asked to create Sculpture class to create an object something other than ourselves that using a standard of measure drawn will occupy a world already f lled from their own bodies: the student’s with clutter,” Manglano-Ovalle says. breadth, for example, or the pressure “It is an aesthetic as well an ethical of a handshake. Here, Christine engagement with the world on Cho ’14 uses a projected image a basic material level. The stakes of her thumb as a guide to create are high, and art demands that we a work of art with thumbtacks. take a position with respect to what In doing so, she generates thousands we create for that world.” of f ngerprints. The result is an alternative self-portrait: digits (as of the hand) in a world already inundated with digital self-images. PHOTO: ROB HART Students and Alumni Mourning a The War No Image Win Fulbrights Nobel Laureate Could Capture Fourteen Weinberg Economics Professor Historian Deborah College students and Dale Mortensen Cohen explains why graduates are among is recalled as a photographers failed this year’s crop of “perfect mentor” to convey the horrors Fulbright recipients. and a “humble, of World War I. fun-loving guy.” PHOTO: LIVEAUCTIONEERS.COM Read more: Read more: Read more: i i i
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