The work for the exhibit “Interlude” has been created by use of multiple processes and media. The imagery uses the figure as a dominant point of reference and creates a personal mythology that arises from a contemporary critique of domesticity and suburban life. This is infused with a love of those mundane spaces and forms that surround us and sometimes seem to dominate our everyday lives. In the ensuing clash of competing information, these images create an unintended hybrid of rationally absurd but often significantly important new meanings within our lives.
- Eileen Feeney Bushnell
Eileen Feeney Bushnell is an Associate Professor of Photographic Arts and Sciences at Rochester Institute of Technology. Bushnell received her MFA from Indiana State University in Printmaking after receiving a BFA in Art Education from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. In her own practice she has continued to work with prints, exploring a diversity of non-toxic processes and has jointly authored the book Design Dynamics: Integrating Design and Technology, published by Prentice Hall.