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Brunoscapes by Bree Zhang - 4x6 Post Card, Multiple Designs

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Brunoscapes by Bree Zhang - 4x6 Post Card.

Descriptions from the artist, Bree Zhang, Brown Class of 2022

Blueno
Blueno embodies the spirit of the Open Curriculum. A bear and a lamp make a rather... odd combination, but the wackiness makes Blueno unique like us because we're all wacky weird students who link seemingly unconnected subjects to build our own "ice cream flavors."

Before leaving campus, Blueno served as a confidant, a muse, a friend, a perfect listener, and a spiritual protector (when I walked alone at night). I decided to honor Blueno in this artwork.

Van Wickle Gates
I walked through the Van Wickle Gates on my first day of school. On my last day of school, wearing my graduation cap, I stepped through the gates, seeing generations and generations of alumni cheering us on and welcoming us into the ageless Brown community. In that moment, my heart felt so full I wanted to cry, laugh, scream, sob, and cheer because I knew that I would always be a Brunonian.

BruSNOW friends
I often wonder if Bruno gets lonely when most Brown students leave for home over break. One day, as I wandered on campus during Winter Break right after our first big snowfall of the year, I saw Bruno standing there solitarily—covered in snow—and I realized it would be nice if he had some bear friends to keep him company. They could admire the snowfall together, count the infinite fractals within the drifting snowflakes, and observe the slow pull of nature as icicles melted within the rising and setting of the sun.

Circle Dance
Over the years, we’ve given the Tinfoil People hats, scarves, nicknames, and stories. Students come and go. Semesters pass. Years pass. Generations pass. Despite the changing environment, the Tinfoil People stay the same, observing the transitions of seasons in their timescape—fall, summer, spring, winter—again and again and again. Like the circle of life, "Circle Dance" represents the cyclicality of our collective Brown experience.

Main Green
Remembering each moment on the Main Green feels like catching spring blossoms that fall from a tree, each petal giving rise to a living breathing experience that feels dream-like and sentimental in the best way possible.

Sayles Hall Organ Concert
I vaguely remember dreaming of music notes drifting down from the organ, pulling pranks on unknowing students who couldn’t see them, arranging themselves back in the correct musical order, then drifting back into the organ as the piece ended.” Only “p” and “f” decided not to travel down and instead hung out near the ceiling where they could see all the notes, controlling the song's dynamics.

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