2021 Hills East AP Art History Art Installation
Chip Parker

2021 marks the 16th year of the annual AP Art History installations at Hills East!

 

2021 marks the 16th year of the annual AP Art History installations at Hills East!

 

Mrs. Uttendorfer's class found inspiration in the repetitive polka dot art of Yayoi Kusama. They described the randomly placed dots in their project as symbolizing the constant chaos and lack of unity of our time, as well as symbolically represent the spread of germs and how easily COVID-19 can transfer from one person to the next.

 

Although the process for completing the art installation was different this year, the class is excited to see their vision come to life!