Honors in the Arts Cohort 2014-15

Honors Students

Annalisa-Boslough

ANNALISA BOSLOUGH 

BS Environmental Engineering and Design, Minor in Art Practice

Handcrafted fly fishing reel representing the process of tool-making from ideation through realization.

Jordan-Bryan

JORDAN BRYAN | The Shape of Sound

BS Mathematical and Computational Science 

The Shape of Sound uses mathematics to create a harmony and rhythm-based visualization of musical phrases moving through space.

Jake-Friedler

JAKE FRIEDLER | bacchae

BA Comparative Literature 

bacchae is a queer adaptation of the ancient tragedy by Euripides which locates Dionysus in the modern rave and imagines textual rhythms for a new age of music.

Ryoko-Hamaguchi

RYOKO HAMAGUCHI | Case Presentation: Re-imagining Medicine, Illness and the Human Body

BS Biology

Case Presentation is a compilation of watercolor, ink and mixed media paintings that visually re-imagine the human body and communicate diverse narratives of illness, loss and healing. 

Jessia-Hoffman

JESSIA HOFFMAN | Sheila

BA English, Minor in Spanish

Sheila is a full-length play that provides glimpses into six women’s lives as they perceive and misperceive, treat and mistreat, and interact with bodies.

Carly-Lave

CARLY LAVE | DUALITY

BA American Studies, Minor in Dance

Duality is a duet that explores how new forms of contemporary ballet reconstruct and empower the female body onstage, expanding how our culture views women and their bodies.  

Luke-Lorentzen

LUKE LORENTZEN | New York Cuts

BA Film and Media Studies, Minor in American Studies, Minor in Art History

New York Cuts is a feature-length documentary that explores a variety of barbershops and hair salons throughout disparate cultural enclaves of New York City. 

Yifei-Men

YIFEI MEN | SĒQ

BS Computer Science

Anchored by the physicality of a book and the written text, this collection of poems is my re-interpretation of the myriad of meanings located within the human genome.

Laura-Petree

LAURA PETREE | bacchae

BA Comparative Literatre

An immersive, site-specific, festival inspired adaptation, bacchae twists theatrical conventions and examines an ancient tragedy through a contemporary, feminist lens.

Althea-Solis2

ALTHEA SOLIS | Wanderlust

BA Art Practice, Minor in Psychology, Minor in Creative Writing

A science fiction graphic novel and exploration of the possible near-future colonization of Mars. Set in 2042, Wanderlust follows the first crew of a private space exploration company's first mission to our neighbor planet, a mission made necessary by the catastrophic consequences of our inadequate response to climate change. 

Iris-Wu

IRIS WU | Gehirnrauschen

BS Human Biology, Minor in Music

Through Liszt and EEG, Gehirnrauschen is a solo piano work that explores the interaction of music and mind. 

Headshot Photography: Alex Tamkin