Resistance hijacks a potentially peaceful wave motion and utilizes it to create a frenetic and uncomfortable living object. The small-scale piece evokes a trapped animal or a twitching patch of metallic skin. When light is thrown at the piece, dramatic shadows emerge and amplifies otherwise subtle shapes and movements.
This piece was shown in the Comma, And... exhibit, the first undergraduate juried art exhibition in the newly-opened McMurtry Building. I was one of the 20 out of 131 students chosen to have work displayed in the Coulter Art Gallery.