Conjuring the curriculum

Kristopher Castle paints UVA iconography with contemporary whimsy


In “Curriculum Vitae,” Kristopher Castle puts his own clever spin on things as he revisits objects and ideals, producing provocative work that honors Thomas Jefferson’s Academical Village (as physical space and educational model) and Castle’s own relationship to it. Image courtesy of the artist.

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