Helena Noordhoff: RealphantasieFebruary 27, 2022 - March 10, 2022
Mānoa Campus, Art Building, Commons Gallery
The Department of Art and Art History, UHM, is proud to highlight Helena Noordhoff, one of its six MFA candidates in 2022. Noordhoff presents "Realphantasie," her MFA thesis exhibition.
Thesis defense March 3, 2022, 3:00
For link and more info go to: www://hawaii.edu/art/2022-leonard-everett-noordhoff-naeem-davis-talamantez/
Helena Noordhoff’s "Realphantasie" features frosted Mylar and acrylic ink monoprint inkblots, zines, and an original audio score. Perceptions of inkblots vary among individuals; in order for the viewer to find a connection or a moment beyond the surface, they engage with the abstract images to recognize images and shapes. The zines, consisting of collections of drawings and writings, summon further consideration from the viewer. An audio composition imagines the sounds of anxiety and its fluctuations. Collectively, these works ask the viewer to engage with, perceive, and contemplate the unconscious mind and mental health, thus inviting the development of empathy.
Helena Noordhoff (b. Honolulu, Hawai‘i) earned a BFA in printmaking at University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa (UHM) (2018). Solo exhibitions include Brue Bar (2019) and GRRIC, UHM (2021). Her work was included in the group exhibitions "CONTACT," Honolulu Museum of Art School (HMoAS) (2016, 2018), and the "Annual Honolulu Printmakers Exhibitions," HMoAS (2016, 2018), The Art Gallery, UHM (2019), Arts & Letters Nu‘uanu and Honolulu Printmakers Studio (2021).She currently teaches screenprinting at the Department of Art & Art History, UHM, as a graduate assistant.
Information, dates, and time are subject to change.
Following current covid-19 protocols. Gallery hours: Sun.–Thur. 12:00 p.m.–4:00 p.m.; Closed Fri., Sat. Viewable through gallery windows.
Art & Art History, Mānoa Campus
Sharon Tasaka, 808-956-8364, email@example.com, https://hawaii.edu/art/2022-leonard-everett-noordhoff-naeem-davis-talamantez/
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