Ezra Wube (b., Ethiopia) is a mixed media artist who lives and works in New York. His work references the notion of past and present, the constant changing of place, and the dialogical tensions between "here" and "there".
As a visual artist, Julio Lugo Rivas has a particular taste for zooming in, zooming out, focusing and blurring subjects, objects or scenes from everyday life. Starting from social, political and economic criteria, he delves into the relationship of living beings with their environments to present diverse readings that invite contemplation and reflection. Lugo Rivas uses the scientific method as part of the creative process both in the conceptualization and development of his artistic research.
The UNC Department of Art and Art History is currently accepting submissions for the 2020-21 Undergraduate Studio Art Scholarships. Studio Art Majors and Minors are eligible to apply!