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Rhetoric tends to be what keeps us in our own academic sphere. To promote a common thread between all disciplines, we aim not to completely unravel the intention of an image, but to allow others to reference an image, created in result of how one sees a much greater context. The 'why,' which has informed practices of everyday life.
F. JASON CAMPBELL
F. JASON CAMPBELL

"The incidents that break us from the mundane and our understanding of our own progression and transformation, the incidents that introduce us to notions of alternative, are by-products. The moment our expectations are precisely met, is the moment we stop questioning, and the moment we stop questioning despite unforeseen experiences, marks the moment we no longer evolve."

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SAM HOLTZMAN
SAM HOLTZMAN

"You have to go through a lot, to really get at what you mean; to get at the idea. There is the writing, the drawing, the making things, breaking things. And there may be a single point in time or thought or creation or production that becomes defined as significant. But this significance I think, cannot be targeted so specifically. It resides, really, across the whole process."

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HANA LEAH BITTNER
HANA LEAH BITTNER

"When you create work with the intent to provoke thought rather than to "make change," you relieve your conscience of an insurmountable task, and promote creativity. In turn, you end up asking the questions required to make real progress and fruitful strides. Abstraction of all components rather than the fixation on a calculated outcome is where the seeds reside."

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F. JASON CAMPBELL
F. JASON CAMPBELL

"The incidents that break us from the mundane and our understanding of our own progression and transformation, the incidents that introduce us to notions of alternative, are by-products. The moment our expectations are precisely met, is the moment we stop questioning, and the moment we stop questioning despite unforeseen experiences, marks the moment we no longer evolve."

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