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Please Read, Joseph W. Anthony-Brown Dec 2015

Please Read, Joseph W. Anthony-Brown

School of Arts & Sciences Theses

This is a semi-fictional story told through a series of fake found documents. It describes my work and thoughts through metaphor. Machines have the potential to gain self-consciousness through accumulation of errors. Creativity can be confused with randomly generated variety. The acceptance of chaos and loss of control can provide a path to enlightenment.


The Mended Heart Is The Strongest, Joseph Muehlbauer Oct 2015

The Mended Heart Is The Strongest, Joseph Muehlbauer

Survive & Thrive: A Journal for Medical Humanities and Narrative as Medicine

The Mended Heart is the Strongest

A poem accompanied by an original illustration from the same author.


A Step Of Two Or The Pas De Deux, Molly A. Hoisington Jul 2015

A Step Of Two Or The Pas De Deux, Molly A. Hoisington

Masters Theses

The second part of a two-part MFA Thesis presentation, this paper distills the content from the preceding exhibition A Step of Two or The Pas de Deux: an installation of paintings, drawings and projected video. It touches on various themes that surround [well researched] ideas about perception, dissociation, the gaze, and relationships. Most of all, this paper and the body of work it describes is about the visual representation of a sensual understanding of the world.


Transitory States: Becoming And Continuity In The Drawing Process And Object, Ming Y. Hong May 2015

Transitory States: Becoming And Continuity In The Drawing Process And Object, Ming Y. Hong

Graduate School of Art Theses

This thesis explores the influences and content of the visual artist Ming Ying Hong and in particular, examines her drawings created during her Master of Fine Arts degree program at Washington University in St. Louis. In theorizing about the practice of drawing, this document investigates the instability in meaning found in both her motifs of explosions and wounds, placing her research in larger philosophical context regarding the transformative potential of Giles Deleuze’s “becoming” and George Batailles’s “continuity.” Ultimately, the intersection of these two terms is exemplified in the in the paradoxical conflation of binaries, upsetting clear categorization and ...


What's Left Over, Bryanna Jaramillo May 2015

What's Left Over, Bryanna Jaramillo

Theses and Dissertations

The MFA thesis exhibition titled, What's Left Over, is comprised of a series of drawings as well as a large painted sculptural installation assembled as a child's fantasy world. The work explores the roots of creativity through the lens of childhood play by assembling an invented world named Lola. By exploring the relationship between the real and the imaginary, the work manifests childhood memories into a form that can be studied and better understood. Lola is an elaborate but clearly handmade world that explores an unresolved past.


The Duomo, Taylor L. Andrews Apr 2015

The Duomo, Taylor L. Andrews

The Mercury

No abstract provided.


Ireland, Taylor L. Andrews Apr 2015

Ireland, Taylor L. Andrews

The Mercury

No abstract provided.


Catalogue Essay For Kiera O'Toole Solo Exhibtion, Brian Fay Jan 2015

Catalogue Essay For Kiera O'Toole Solo Exhibtion, Brian Fay

Exhibition Catalogues

A catalogue essay discussing elements of O'Toole's practice as it responds to recent contemporary drawing practices and the specifics of the history and architecture of the Wicklw site.


Kiera O'Toole - A Fragile Intensity, Brian Fay Jan 2015

Kiera O'Toole - A Fragile Intensity, Brian Fay

Catalogues

This catalogue essay discusses the Irish artist Kiera O'Toole's practice in relation to serial drawing practices of the 1960's and Alain Badiou's observations on drawing.


Habituated, Jade Valentina Boccia Jan 2015

Habituated, Jade Valentina Boccia

Senior Projects Fall 2015

Senior Project submitted to The Division of Arts of Bard College.