At What Cost

At What Cost: 2022 BFA Art Thesis Exhibition
Opening Reception: Apr 14, 6pm
On view Apr 14 - May 13 by appointment


Gayle and Ed Roski Gallery
USC Roski Studios Building (IFT)
3001 S. Flower Street, Los Angeles

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Storm Bookhard, Oussa Bun, Weston Del Signore, Bella Faulkner, Jing Feng, Grace Hill, Maggie Hodson, Booker Johnson, Brian Koo, Kyra Marsh, Jacob Rogers-Fett, Dayanara Saucedo, Kaitlin Thomas, Jonah Wallach, Kadin Whitsitt, hooz, Bailey Wu, Brian Xu


about the exhibition

Exploring concepts such as diaspora, worldbuilding, self-mystery and absurdity, "At What Cost" is a reconciliation with the nonlinear expanse of happenings. At times, the work confronts lived experiences with a gritty vulnerability and at others, it suspends the world as we know it to comment on the repercussions of existence and quest to create space for oneself. Collectively, At What Cost incarnates the uncanny truths exposed at moments of reflection and existential abstraction.


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