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Cheyenne Moulin

MA Fine Art | Class of 2020

I’ve always been interested in the human form and the idea of perfection. What makes something perfect? As I thought about what project I’d like to work towards I was introduced to the physics concept of spaghettification, in which an object would be stretched or torn by falling into a black hole. This gave me the idea of how I could tackle this in my art. How could I distort a face, or a body part? To make something that society needs to be seen as perfect, imperfect and unsightly. This thinking is what has led to this body of work. I wanted to focus on the body but have also included works focusing on the face, which isn’t something I normally do. It’s a lot of pressure to make a face perfect, so being able to experiment and make something weird was a welcome practice.

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Vertical Binds

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Universe Split

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The World, I want out

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The Destruction of a Titan

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The Beginning Of the Bend

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Faces in Spaces

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Dreams Of Being Whole

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Distorted Distraction

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Chopping Board

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Can You Help But Stare?