Garcia Luna Rodriguez, Gabriela
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Traces is an installation that explores concepts of materiality and immateriality, the seen and the unseen, through visual and experiential means. Using photographic prints, found object assemblages, and video projections, Traces explores the connection between nature and artifice as a reflection of aspects of human existence and experience. This thesis project is the culmination of a series of explorations into the limits and points of connections between diverse art disciplines such as photography, video, sculpture, drawing, and digital art and looks for the points where those limits are bridged and non-differentiated. The philosophical aspect of this project intends to raise questions about our ways of perceiving those spaces – physical and non-physical – that we inhabit.
DegreeMaster of Fine Arts (M.F.A.)
DepartmentArt and Art History
CommitteeNorleen, Alison; Crane, Jennifer; Leow, Joanne
Copyright DateSeptember 2020
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