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Through a fusion of glass, water and life, Assimilation reflects an ongoing investigation of science and nature, more specifically, the relationship between chemicals and our environment. While captivating in form, upon further investigation, this politically poetic piece questions what we as consumers in reality, consume.


Exhibited at the Sullivan Galleries for the 2010
Spring Undergraduate Exhibition from March 26-April 9, 2010.

On April 7th, Assimilation appeared on WGN morning news along with several other SAIC students who talked about their work represented at the 2010 Spring BFA Exhibition.

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Assimilation
Assimilation
Blown Glass, Water, Carnations, Propylene Glycol, FD & C Red 40, FD & C, Blue 1, 0.1% Propylparaben, Aspartame
8'H x 12'W x 4"D
2010