EIDETIC REVERIE MFA THESIS EXHIBIT
Clemson University Center for Visual Arts presents Converging in Eidetic Reverie, the work of Master of Fine Arts thesis students Carey Morton and Kymberly Day November 14 – 21 in the Lee Gallery. The exhibit explores the visceral, cerebral, and emotional relationships of the subconscious mind. Inspired by the realm of myth and its parallels with personal growth and identity, commonplace materials merge with dreamlike imagery, evoking surreal conditions. The artists reflect on these relationships by examining memory, dreams, and cultural tropes that define perceptions of reality. This exhibit showcases a culmination of research in which students go through a series of critiques during their time as a Master of Fine Arts candidate, helping build a body of work of the students’ choosing. Artist talks and reception take place November 17 from 6 – 8 p.m.