First going in, there was a room done by a craft studies major full of various cabinets and dresser drawers, all of which were altered in some way that made them no longer very practical. In the next room, there was a large wall made out of sand and ice blocks. Images of the ocean were being projected on the walls and audio that was hard to make out was playing. Neither of those really had me engaged.
The two pieces that I really found engaging were on the second floor. One was a small pink room, completely altered to seem almost cave like, covered in buttons. A stop motion animation video of a rat was playing on loop. It was bizarre, and I actually sort of liked it, creepy as it was. I found it difficult to leave the room.
In the room next to it, there was a body of work made up of drawings and videos. The drawings used a lot of negative space and outlines, almost as if they were unfinished, but I though they were really beautiful. I thought they were the most aesthetically interesting and pleasing pieces in the gallery.
Overall what I found the most interesting about the whole show, was that though these students were not majoring in digital art, almost every piece made use of it, through audio or video or manipulated image.
I'm sad that this is the Anderson Galleries last show, I've enjoyed going their throughout my childhood.