MFA Thesis Exhibition
December 6 – 22, 2018
The University of Texas at San Antonio’s Department of Art & Art History is proud to present Master of Fine Arts candidate Hiromi Stringer’s MFA Thesis Exhibition Unspoiled Territories at Terminal 136.
“…No one should ever be able to reveal the contents of animals’ dreams.
These areas should be kept unspoiled so that one’s imagination can fill the space with the most * images in his/hers mind…
(For *, chose an adjective which can describe your image the best.)”
Unspoiled Territories is a new mini body of work which includes idea proposals, installations and drawings. Hiromi utilizes the unknown to let our imaginations go fill the mystery/blackbox.
Hiromi Stringer is a Japanese artist who recently had a solo show at the Southwest School of Art (SSA) in San Antonio, TX. At SSA, she created a fictional museum, the Umeyama Time Teleportation Museum (UTTM), dedicated to a historical time traveler, Shoei Umeyama. Learn more about Umeyama and her other works at Hiromi’s website, www.hiromistringer.com
Regular Hours: Thursday – Saturday, noon to 5pm
Or by appointment, Contact Houston.Fryer@utsa.edu