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Browsing Academic Affairs by Author "Hunter, Brett"

Browsing Academic Affairs by Author "Hunter, Brett"

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  • Hoffman, Erin (2020-05)
    This paper communicates the entanglement between ourselves and our words through the lens of glass and process. Beginning with our ego-centric ways of thinking, I analyze how this type of perception is so heavily rooted ...
  • Dawson, Schuyler (2018-05)
    Who do we feel we are supposed to be? How do we see ourselves as we relate to the world? How do we find a reprieve from our daily anxieties? I explore these questions in my work using text and poetry situated amidst sculpture ...
  • Jiayi, Li (2019-05)
    Exploring the commonalities between my former home in China and my current home in the United States, I was able to create work to explore this connection. By utilizing the materials and concepts around me, I brought my ...
  • Folds 
    Simard, Pamela (2019-05)
    This paper discusses the different layers of meaning through which concealment and revelation are present in my work. The first section addresses the notion of wearables and the act of physically obscuring the body. The ...
  • Ethridge, Erin Elizabeth (2016)
    At its core, my work grapples with the nature of things as constantly in a state of flux. I focus a study of home in pursuit of the eye of the storm, but the endeavor reveals all but tranquility. In the process, stories, ...
  • Gazsi, Ben Roland (2016)
    As an artist I aspire to explore the true substance of my life. I want a ‘realness’ or authenticity in my work and I want the viewer to feel it. But how do I define art? Why do I make it? Memories like this have helped me ...
  • Fridman, Marina (2018-05)
    At its core, my work explores our shifting perception of time and space, reality and mortality. By highlighting our often hidden or overlooked relationships with the astronomical and the microscopic, I cause the viewer ...
  • Un/Seen 
    Holloway, Teisha (2020-05)
    My work investigates the forming of female identity and where feelings of value come from as a woman. I draw upon my personal history and examine intergenerational patterns of negative and positive behavioral cycles, ...

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