GRAPHITE 4 // Movement
Contemporary dialogue is filled with the language of dynamism: crashing markets, trickle-down, Arab Spring. Within the flow of culture, we move and are moved in a cycle of continual creative exchange. Notions of timing, tempo, space, and gesture are inextricably linked as they govern the daily motions of forms through space. GRAPHITE’s theme for the 2012-2013 school year, “Movement,” prompts us to contemplate the past and present dynamics of our individual and collective bodies as we head toward an uncertain future.
For GRAPHITE 4 we will be accepting original scholarly essays, criticism, reviews, and artwork nationwide from all disciplines until November 9, 2012 at 5pm.
GRAPHITE was founded to provide a scholarly and artistic discourse among the arts on the UCLA campus and the globalized contemporary art world. It showcases both graduate and undergraduate work and is supported by the HAMMER Museum and HAMMER Student Associaton (HSA).
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