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RE:source RE:main RE:claim is an experiential installation that encapsulates artistic entanglement with ideas of materiality, intra-action and agency. Using natural materials harvested from ecosystems found in the pot-hole region of the prairies, as well as video documentation, and sound, I explore relations where humans are part of the entangled natural world. What might occur if we permit ourselves to consider artmaking as a tool that is finely tuned to attend to both the human and more-than-human/material entities at play? The works are gestures that emerged and took shape from intimate acts of witnessing, when the ambiguity of truth, causality, and purpose was allowed to breathe.
DegreeMaster of Fine Arts (M.F.A.)
DepartmentArt and Art History
CommitteeBirke, Lisa; Olphir, Ella; Nowlin, Tim
materiality, intra-action and agency, more-than-human,