Interior Spaces explores themes of interaction between the
individual/interior and the outside world. The works become the seat of
memory, a source of longing and loss which forge a bond of belonging.
The metaphor of the home space has been used as a vehicle to introduce
elements of the personal and autobiographical. The quiet approach of
the found object and photograph maintain enough of a barrier to do this
without being exposed.
Aasta Deth received her BFA from
the State University of New York at Buffalo. Interior Spaces is
presented as her graduate thesis exhibition for her MFA degree from
Indiana University of Pennsylvania. She will receive a major in
sculpture and a minor in print media. Originally from Buffalo, NY,
Aasta now resides in western Pennsylvania.