Noah Caspar is a rising senior studying fine arts in the Stamps School of Art & Design. As a freshman, they intended to graduate with a neuroscience major but transferred into Stamps after reigniting their artistic passion through a sculpture course in the residential college. Noah enjoys creating work that forces the viewer to interact with the piece and allows the space to take shape around it. As a queer artist, they also explore what makes a space exclusionary and how they can facilitate comfortable spaces for all. Noah gravitates towards sculpture because of the process and labor for its craft and hopes to branch off from these studies with their background in music to make more performative installation pieces. To learn more about Noah’s process, work, and their definition of art please take a listen to this audio interview and check out their website below.