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  • Abject Utopia 

    Garon, Elizabeth (2012-05-21)
    Through bodily mark-making, overlapping and layering multiple lithographs and screen prints, and the use of color, I strive to reference a sexual encounter within a figural landscape, so the figure is both the subject and ...
  • 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, ...
  • Diffused Dimensions 

    Zhang, Ziwei (2013-07-03)
    My visual work explores the unsettled quality of our surroundings as we experience and inhabit physical spaces in the everyday. The space is both the object and the context of art-making. As perceived by the individual ...
  • Gesture Elicitation for Image Editing 

    Bancila, Andreea (2013-06-13)
    Natural User Interfaces (NUIs) represent one of the most important steps that computer scientists have taken towards shaping a more intuitive, more detached kind of interaction with the technological sphere. NUIs, which ...
  • House-Spaces and Dreamed Places: A Visual Investigation of Home 

    DeLamater, Katharine (2015-06-22)
    As an artist, I explore the collection of visual fragments that define for me the essence of home. My project is inspired by the philosophical writings of Martin Heidegger and Gaston Bachelard, the architectural theory ...
  • Interconnectedness: Changing Landscapes 

    Meyers, Nika (2011-05-19)
    I visually explore landscape as inspired by looking through the lens of sustainability. This exploration considers a landscape in terms of systems and substances. Through papermaking, printmaking, mixed media assemblage ...
  • 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 ...
  • Mapping Emotions: Visualizing Affective Impact on Our Internal Framework 

    Thekiso, Tsholofelo (2014-07-02)
    Specific mental and physical phenomena activate our experience of emotions. In response, our bodies attempt to counteract and overcome the heightened affective state that results from these forcible episodes. Through ...
  • New Media Art: Moving Beyond the Visual 

    Maureen, Millmore (2013-06-30)
    New media/digital art is a genre that contains references to ‘traditional’ forms of visual art but also extends far beyond the solely visual because it combines moving images, sound, and installed elements that contribute ...
  • No Guts No Glory: Dissecting Flesh With Paint 

    Bozzelli, Caterina (2011-06-01)
    The human body is a finely tuned organic machine that man has learned to gainfully disturb through modern medicine. In embroidering, making prints and painting, I pictorially expose these disruptions while simultaneously ...
  • Painting Perception 

    Miller, Sophia (2014-06-30)
    I create paintings in which one landscape is disrupted by the insertion of a disparate landscape into the same composition. By way of this juxtaposition, I seek to illustrate sensory experience as fractured, multiple, and ...
  • Sisyphean Pursuit: Paper, Pixel, Unity of Being 

    Ferland, Ryan (2011-02-16)
    Our lives seem to have grown increasingly dualistic in nature: Physical experience takes place alongside and often secondary to digital interaction. Modern platforms delivering instantaneous visual and audio communication ...