"I Know What You Did Last Summer" Exhibition at Worth Ryder

I Know What You Did Last Summer

Featuring: Aniruddh Agarwal, Spencer Atlas, Chris Azevedo, Sierra Balatan, Erik Bender, Leah Burrell, Irene Chen, Bridget Cuevas, Chrissy Curl, Paige Davis, Ramon de Santiago, Cynthia Diaz, Asia Dobbs, Sara Emsaki, Michelle Galemmo, Monica Galvan, Thomas Haley, Harold Hare, Jennifer Hartman, Emily Im, Andrew Ingersoll, Paula Kahn, Fariba Nassiri, Liz Klingen, Gordon Lewis, Ziming Li, Chris Lu, Merissa Mann, Belinda Mitchell-Rice, Shamina Momin, Anna Nolan, Xiaozhu Peng, Alexandra Pink, Leila Ramanculova, Hannah Reinhard, Katie Revilla, Anthony Roberts, Elizabeth Ryan, Jinoh Ryu, Josephine Shetty, Lucy Stark, Shirin Towfiq, Isaac Vasquez, Rebecca Wang, Brea Weinreb, Eric Zhang, and Jin Zhu

Wednesday, September 16th – Friday, Oct 2nd, 2015
Opening Reception:  4 – 7pm, Wednesday, September 16th, 2015

Worth Ryder Art Gallery, Kroeber 116, UC Berkeley Campus
Gallery Hours: Tuesdays through Saturdays, 12 – 5 pm
Free, Accessible, and Open to the Public

Design by Ramon de Santiago

UC Berkeley Students were invited to propose an artwork, a small series, or any other creative project for exhibition in the Worth Ryder Art Gallery. I Know What You Did Last Summer displays the range of student’s creative pursuits as they exist outside of the context of school structure. The form and content of the artwork by the 46 artists in the show vary widely, but together form an image of the collective interests and struggles of our student body.

“What have you been spending your time doing this summer? What creative acts are you engaged with? How could you re-present this work in the gallery context? We are very much open to work that is performative or “in process”, and there are no restrictions on medium or content. The exhibition is conceived of as an opportunity to start a critical conversation about your work.”

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