The Sempiternal Flesh: BFA Senior Exhibition
Flesh is finite, lacking, and conditional by nature, though it desires preservation. Human beings share a longing to know what might change if we experience our own flesh in a state of divine sempiternity. As we search for this existence, we encounter the barriers of our temporal flesh and natural tendencies to alleviate realities in perverse behaviors. We, as artists, intend to translate these ideologies to viewers in a way that is relatable, but not necessarily comforting. Allowing the viewer to concoct an individual conclusion is where beauty begins incubation. Clemson University Center for Visual Arts presents The Sempiternal Flesh: a BFA Senior Exhibition, on view April 11-15 in the Lee Gallery (1-101 Lee Hall). Exhibiting artists include: Libby Davis, Jessie Helmrich, David Lamm, Lexi Mathis. Open M–F, 9 a.m.–4:30 p.m. Artist Talk & Reception April 15 from 6–8 p.m.