April 12 – May 8, 2022
What restricts your ability to feel free; what blocks your mind with intense emotions, with stress; crashes and floods through your body; disorients, inundates, engulfs any sense of normalcy; causes you to choke on your words? Regardless of the emotions personally associated with the feelings of being overwhelmed, they can be difficult to navigate and understand. In the midst of being overwhelmed, it can be difficult to see how distorted things have become.
Overwhelmed is a student-curated exhibition designed by those who understand; what are overwhelmed themselves. This exhibition features selected works from the Samek’s permanent collection, unrestricted by time period, geographic origin, or medium. Displayed in an unconventional Salon-style hang, the exhibition channels being overwhelmed through both the works and their composition in the space.
Elizabeth Haley (Class of 2022), Political Science and Sociology
Meagan Hathaway (Class of 2022), Philosophy and Economics
Harriet Jones (Class of 2022), Economics
Evan Klimas (Class of 2024), Markets, Innovation, and Design
Gracie Mitchell (Class of 2023), Markets, Innovation, and Design
Sterling Mock (Class of 2025), Psychology
Izzy Patry (Class of 2024), Art History and International Relations
Cheyanne Stunger (Class of 2022), Art History and Political Science
Brandon Waldau (Class of 2022), History and Arabic