On Friday April 3, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., graduating seniors of the UWM Photography program will present in their final exhibition entitled “Theseus.” The exhibition showcases the thesis work of six emerging artists whose work pertains to the idea of identity and change over time. The exhibition will be housed at Live Artist Studio, located at 228 S. 1st Street, Suite 302. This week the Fringe is proud to publish a preview of these burgeoning artists’ work.
Jake Hill: “Nocturnal Oases”
Jake Hill is a contemporary photographer whose work focuses on landscape, themes of domesticity and suburban culture. His current body of work and undergrad thesis, “Nocturnal Oases” uses long exposure night photography to focus on the residential landscape through a voyeuristic, juxtaposed internal and external perspective. His Senior BFA Exhibition titled “Theseus” is having its opening reception at Live Artists Studio in Milwaukee on April 3. The show is open to the public.