The Art & Art History Department presents:
Studio Senior, Iris Wu, "Echo Fragments"
In this honors thesis exhibition, Art & Art History major, Iris Wu tangles with photographs she has made over the past three years. She confronts time, memory, love and loss in her personal relationships and posits that photography as a medium is inseparable from its relationships with time, memory, and being.
This exhibition is only open to the William & Mary campus community and part of the Undergraduate Research Month.
Please join us on Thursday, April 29th, 5-6pm, for a virtual artist's talk, featuring Iris Wu. Registration is required.
Also on Thursday, 4/29 from 6-7pm in the Andrews Gallery, a reception will be held and capacity monitored, for the W&M campus community only.
As part of this April's Student Research Month, Iris was featured in the Charles Center's virtual 2021 Louis E. Catron Gallery.