The CCA Libraries Exhibition Program presents Drip by Drip, by Emily Budd, CCA MFA ‘18. Budd’s sculptures imagine our present-day plasticity retained in fossilized casts, a future memory of the present seen as the past. Mimicking the slow accumulation of geologic materials over time, she used an updated, more toxic version of the ancient lost-wax casting process to envision present-day, human-made materials becoming geologic forms of accumulated buildup. A master at recycling all sorts of materials, Budd has presented us a world rooted in present-day reality but that also peers into the future.
Twelve images of student Manuel Albert Gomez with his sculpture of wood, three in the painting studios and one on Macky Lawn in front of one of the redwoods
Documentation of a 1997 exhibit, at the Emeryville Burger King, of photographs of sculptures formerly in the Emeryville Mudflats.
Photograph of arch and wall at Broadway entrance to campus.
CCAC sign, which formerly topped the arch at the Broadway entrance to the Oakland campus, hanging in the Facilities Office in 2017
Students with Volkswagon under the CCAC arch at the Broadway entrance to the Oakland campus.
Sculpture in the Emeryville Mudflats, June 1984
Sculpture in the Emeryville Mudflats, May 1971
Sculpture in the Emeryville Mudflats, September 1976