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Browsing Academic Affairs by Author "Powers, Angus"

Browsing Academic Affairs by Author "Powers, Angus"

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  • Gause, Sydni (2018-05)
    My work acts like the proud quilted banners pinned to the walls of a Southern Baptist church that read "King of Kings" and "Lord of Lords." I begin by investigating the role of material and the psychological undertones ...
  • Denne, Roselynn (2016-05-06)
    This project has been about exploring the cosmos through glass and light. I wanted to create an interactive piece that emulated the light from the sun striking the earth, following the night, dawn, day, twilight cycle. ...
  • Hunter, Astrid (2019-05-06)
    My theory is that the American education system is acting repressively and its purpose doesn't have anything to do with learning at all. Its current purpose is to keep Amerians relatively uneducated, especially students ...
  • Free, Morgan Rose (2017-05)
    I have always been fixated on how nature and wilderness intersect with contemporary culture. Human beings are of the Earth, we are mammals derived from nature; yet we are so far removed from it. Nature is that wild thing ...
  • Penumbra 
    Hershman, Joshua A. (2016)
    The original meaning of penumbra is a space of partial illumination between full shadow and full light. Astronomer Johannes Kepler introduced the term in 1604 to describe the shadows that occur during eclipses. The contrasting ...
  • Quade, Leana R. (2017-05)
    Three pieces from the show Pressure Points explore how an interaction with artwork can change perspective. Viewers are offered new ways of seeing and perceiving materials; the use of time, light and observation pique the ...
  • Zerphey, Staci (2016-05-08)
    Throughout the process of creating Reflections of Wandering, I have had the opportunity to allow myself to more freely experience life and art making without the stressful need of starting with a carefully crafted plan, ...
  • Ronner, James (2017-05)
    By presenting viewers with dissonantly affective conditions1 in corporeal spaces I seek the simultaneous erasure and collectivization of the individual. The paradoxical aim is to restore agency within the cacophonous ...

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