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Almost Doesn’t Count


image of chair frames fused together with pink foamy clay

Relatability, alienation, and the desire to categorize the individual body frames the conversation of Almost Doesn’t Count. Drawing from both their Asian and white backgrounds, Rachel Henson and Emily Lee explore the endless in-between-ness of identifying oneself.

About the Artists

Emily Lee is a junior earning a BFA in Studio Art, a BA in Art History, and a BDP certificate in Museum Studies. Her work considers the distinction between objects / humans and explores intimacy, hierarchy and functionality through sculpture, performance and video. She has previously studied at the Marchutz School of Fine Arts and Penland School of Crafts.

Rachael Henson is currently in the process of completing her senior year in the College of Fine Arts to receive her BFA in Studio Art. She is a recipient of the Dallas Endowed Presidential Scholarship in Art. Her work primarily deals with representing the body as it pertains to memory, connecting the tangible and intangible.