Student Artwork in Ciruti

Ciruti Center was happy to host to a student art installation exploring language. Student artist Aisha Faruqui described her paper-medium project as portraying the concepts of being 'misunderstood' and 'lost in translation.'  In today's "Wordless Wednesday" post, enjoy some images from the display. We hope to see more student artwork in Ciruti in the future!


A full view of the art installation, showing a screaming head with clippings from newspapers spewing from her mouth


A close up of the newspaper clippings, representing many languages and marked with symbols such as exclamation points and question marks


A wider view showing the location of the art installation in the main entrance to Ciruti Center


A close up of the screaming head, which is shaded in vivid oranges, yellow, pink and blues



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