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UMaine Intermedia MFA thesis exhibit at Lord Hall

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ORONO The University of Maine Intermedia MFA program presents 'Without Borders XIII: Play on Worlds,' a free gallery exhibit featuring thesis work by the six members of the 2016 graduating Master of Fine Arts class.

The show, located at Lord Hall, opened on May 20. Ongoing gallery hours are9 a.m. 4 p.m.Monday through Friday until the show closeson July 1.

Sarah Hollows and Kris Mason are showing the second volume of their collaborative thesis project, an installation using video, sound, sculpture and edible objects. Their work explores bodies, identity and the tensions between public and private spaces; public and private parts; and how, who and what we share.

Jennifer Hooper's work combines text, images, objects and artifacts to document the practice of writing a memoir. An excerpt of her memoir will also be available as a takeaway from her exhibit.

Tara Law's exhibit grows from the theme that we are living in the world but the world is in us. Three of her works appear in the show: a landscape of prints, a social engagement project, and an outdoor compost sculpture.

Matt LeClair creates artist's multiples to entertain and edify children. For this show, he will share four pieces that play with repetition, commodification and more.

Neil Shelley's presentation is a short digital video that demonstrates and explores concepts of identity and how it relates to a successful overall creative practice.

More about the exhibit can be found at withoutbordersfest.com. Information about the Intermedia MFA can be found at intermediamfa.org. Please note that Lord Hall Gallery is wheelchair accessible.

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