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Fluorescent Installations & Other Delights at MoFA

Published March 28, 2014

Performance and installations from the Spring 2013 MFA Graduating Artists exhibition. Left and Right: Kelly Gallo’s A Unicorn’s Journey Towards Enlightenment. Center: Hans Rasch’s Glass Heart.


Every Spring the Museum is filled with ambitious installations and glittery performance works: last year there were neon hoola-hoops, original choreography and a televised fluorescent “confessional” where a series of enthusiastic revelers could be seen admitting to their party sins and seeking joyous pardon. On April 11, the Museum will once again open a Spring Graduating Artists show: the popular event is an exit requirement for undergraduates who are earning their BFA degrees and a thesis exhibition for the MFA candidates of the Department of Art. While the details of this year’s artworks are still mostly secret until installation begins, the exhibition opening promises to be just as lively as the crowd-packed evening last season. Please join this year’s graduating class of fine young artists as they make their triumphant way from Florida State University to their future destinations.