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  • Body As Container: An Exploration of the Sacred Through Material 

    Coates, Sarah (2011-06-08)
    ABSTRACT Parallels can be drawn between sex, death, and spiritual communion. Their commonalty is a wholesale release of bodily possession. Both freeing and enslaving, such a release isn’t simply a lack of body-awareness, ...
  • Confusing the Quotidian: An Exploration of Domestic Furniture 

    MacDonald, Julia (2017-06-30)
    Furniture accommodates us and organizes how our bodies move through space. We interact with furniture everyday and have sets of expectations for how it should look and act. If furniture defies these expectations, it ...
  • Exploration of Material Transformation 

    Tasnim, Samiha (2019-05-16)
    Furniture design is the underlying notion in all of my artworks. Some works are directly derived from recognizable features of furniture, while others, though heavily influenced by furniture design, may not be so obvious ...
  • Flesh and Mud: Bodily Deconstruction through Handmade Paper 

    Booker, Levi (2020-05-11)
    My art practice primarily utilizes handmade paper to create works that are both alluring and repulsive in the ways they represent the human body. As a transmasculine nonbinary artist, I am challenging representation that ...
  • Inventing Nature: Creating through Repetition 

    Tallmadge, Elizabeth (2013-06-26)
    As an artist, I am inspired by natural processes and forms, but do not explore them in a scientific way. Instead of creating representations of them, my work remains abstract, I work intuitively, and the images ultimately ...
  • What We Forget to See 

    Overmeyer, Jessica (2018-07-02)
    The world is constructed and built around structures that often go unnoticed. My research revolves around the elements that are the basis of our daily environment. Initially inspired by artists who combine science with the ...