Thesis: Lisa Wicka

The academic engine that fuels much artistic print production and inquiry hits a fever pitch at this time of year with students at all levels of higher education producing culminate work toward their various degrees. The future of print belongs to these young minds so why not survey what they’re making. For the rest of the month, Printeresting will be sharing a sampling of thesis work from all over the US and beyond in a series called All These Theses.

Lisa Wicka is graduating from Purdue University in Indiana with an MFA. Brief statement follows images.

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Lisa Wicka writes…

As the conversation of architecture, space and body continues, so does the evolution of one’s identity.  Through the breakdown and rebuilding of both constructed architectural space and the human form, I mimic the everyday filtering and application of our surroundings to one’s self.  With a variety of media such as printmaking, drawing, encaustic and painting, I digest visual and social structures and filter them through my own constructed identity.  The resulting work becomes a tangible dialogue of this ongoing process and invites viewers to join in the conversation.

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2 Responses to “Thesis: Lisa Wicka”

  1. Lisa Wicka says:

    Thanks Printeresting! looks great

  2. Mike Alexander says:

    Looks neat. Like Picasso would have done if he’d been an architect first.