Rochelle Feinstein has made a series of unique painted prints at Graphicstudio in July 2014, titled Research Park Project. Feinstein selected figures of speech, phrases, or slogans from conversations and various media that have historical and vernacular associations and interlaced them with her expansive grasp of the language of painting. Feinstein, who chairs the painting and printmaking department at Yale University, wryly alludes to the nomenclature of academic institutions in the labeling of creative activity as “research” and points out Graphicstudio’s location in the USF Research Park. This new series has its roots in Feinstein’s earlier work titled The Enigma Project (2012-13) that referenced an encoding device of the mid-1940s. In this series, she attempted to decipher the dense layers of visual language and subject matter that were intrinsic to her experience over a yearlong period.
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