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JUICY AND ARTSY: Peter Glidden '07 and Tory Whitney '08 assemble Glidden's project, "PRODUCEd" prior to the first round of the Senior Thesis Exhibitions March 22 in the Ezra and Cecile Zilkha Gallery. Glidden wanted to try to show things in fruits and vegetables one might not normally see or think of. About 150 pieces are included in his exhibit, and he made them by slicing, drilling, burning, de-constructing, peeling, decaying and preserving. Most of the pieces in the show are dried, like those pictured in the bottom corner, but a few are fresh or alive.

Jennifer Robinson '07, puts the finishing touches on her project, titled "Tracking Space," which combines her two interests of design and racing motorcycles. The bar is designed to be a cross-section of a motorcycle road racing facility that has been translated into a lounge.
Kiern Kredell '08 hangs up his own coloring at Joseph John Sanchez's exhibit titled "So THAT'S Where Clouds Come From." The senior thesis exhibitions run through April 22 and allow the public to view the talents of the seniors in the Studio Art Program of Wesleyan's Department of Art and Art History. (Photos by Olivia Bartlett)