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Design Direction 1: Modern / Iconic

This direction distills each designer’s work into


its most simple possible representation. It is at
once ambiguous– creating curiousity in the
audience, and straight-forward– communicating
the neccesary information in the most direct
manner possible.

The modern and iconic design portrays the


program as one that is flawlessly progressing
into the 21st century, but not without its
foundation of interdisciplinary collaboration.
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Cecilia Riosvtelasco de Peña
cecilia@mail.utexas.edu
Design Division / MFA Exhibition 2010 My research focuses on making
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viable and measurable a design
April 17 - May 1, 2010 practice that is environmentally
conscious and sustainable.
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JacquelineAbreo
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Design Division / MFA Exhibition 2010 I seek to design an experience
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that explores the dualisms
April 17 - May 1, 2010 in Matto’s work in terms of the
tension between a Euro-centric
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view of art history and his
collection of Pre-Columbian art.
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University of Texas at Austin

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Design Direction 2: Collaboration / Textural / Dramatic

This direction emphasizes the collaborative and


interdisciplinary aspects of the UT MFA Design
program. Each designer’s work is prominent on
her postcard, but each also contains tiny hints
of the other designers’ works.

This demonstrates the power of seemingly


disparate concentrations working together
as a whole.

In direct contrast to Direction 1’s cleanliness,


Direction 2 offers a more textural and dramatic
audience experience, with the texture of each
postcard relating directly to the work of the
designer featured on that card.
Design Division / MFA Exhibition 2010
University of Texas at Austin
Lisa Willman
This work delves into the under-
April 17 - May 1, 2010 belly of trauma and communicates
Creative Research Laboratory the distinctive views and experiences
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Opening Reception / April 17, 6:00-9:00pm When a traumatic event occurs,
the level of quality in a person’s life
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College of Fine Arts work is what takes place amongst
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the broken shards of perfection.
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Design Division / MFA Exhibition 2010
University of Texas at Austin
Jessica Mullen
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April 17 - May 1, 2010


Subversive lifestreaming is
Creative Research Laboratory deliberately sharing aspects
2832 East MLK Jr. Blvd, Austin, Texas of your life online to help
you reach your goals.
Opening Reception / April 17, 6:00-9:00pm

Department of Art + Art History


College of Fine Arts
University of Texas at Austin

Complete exhibition catalog available at:


www.utdesigners.com