Locust Projects is excited to welcome California-based MFA student Christina Mesiti who has been selected to produce her project Port for the LAB MFA exhibition in the Project Room. Mesiti will develop her work utilizing the visually disorienting patterns found within the interiors of security envelopes. She intends to explore the architectural potential of this material, which was designed to secure sensitive content circulated through the mail. Mesiti is studying for her MFA at Claremont Graduate University in California, and received her BFA in Painting from Arizona State University. This is the first year that Locust Projects has held a national open call for the LAB MFA program, and we are thrilled to have received proposals from students attending a broad range of schools across the United States.
Locust Projects is OPEN! Come see the two new exhibitions on view by Tania Candiani and Cornelius Tulloch! Wed - Sat, 11am - 5pm.
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