U of Wisconsin, Madison

Pritika Chowdhry

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Pritika Chowdhry
ART 999
Digital print on canvas, 36″x20″

This image titled “Living Room Warrior” is part of a series titled “Bollywood Suburbia”. So far, there are about six images in this series. The works are created in a self-consciously hybrid aesthetic that references Bollywood films and Baroque paintings in an innovative fusion. The photo-prints are cinematic and have been made in a 16:9 aspect ratio. Formally, the archival C-prints are painterly in the treatment of light and shadow, and rich colors and textures. The images are of my sculptural installations of domestic spaces that I create around my ceramic sculptures.

U of Wisconsin, Madison

Jessie Eisner-Kleyle

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Jessie Eisner-Kleyle
Art 996
digital print from color negative, 16″ x 20″
series title: Proudly To The Vast Ballroom
currently series of 18

My work deals with our current societal ideas of gender and domesticity and how our memories influence those norms and, in turn, are influenced by our fairy tale culture. The rest of the series, as well as my other portfolios, can be seen at my website.

Western Michigan University

Eric Kasprowicz

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“I WISH TED NUGENT WAS HERE TO WITNESS THIS”

Eric Kasprowicz
Art 3480: Color Photo
Digital Prints, 9 x 12
4 of 15

Cloud formation and colors are often caused from pollution in our atmosphere. The rising green layer represents the urgency and persistent nature of toxic pollutants. This series entitled “THE NEW POLLUTION” explores the way people can ignore air pollutants, but in turn find its aesthetic effects beautiful by taking photos.

Western Michigan University

Nicole Watkins

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Nicole Watkins
5480 Advanced Photo
silver gelatin print, 11×14
1 of 8

These are images of women college basketball players, of moments when they are generally not seen —away from the game, with empty stands, and no one watching. As a member of the highest level of a college basketball team for four years, I was exposed to the friendships, camaraderie, and emotions of women all striving towards one goal—success as a team. The more that I am able to photograph this group, the more I am able to learn what it takes to capture what it is inside that drives these women to dedicate themselves to such a demanding and life-consuming activity, and in turn, what it was in myself.

Western Michigan University

U of Wisconsin, Madison

Nicole O’Connor

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Nicole O’Connor
Photo Title: Mirro Building
Art 476: Intermediate Photography
Medium: Digital Print
Original Size: 8 x 10 inches
Series: 1 of 20

Statement: This photograph was taken as part of a series documenting abandoned factory buildings. I’m interested in the way that these vacant buildings contribute to the landscape and help to form the feeling of a place.

University of Wisconsin, Madison