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Habitation : anthropocentric notions of home
One of the most essential human conditions is to seek and establish a home. Conceptualization of home is generated by the material and psychological structures impacted by our shared cultural ideals. The vernacular of the ...
Contributor:Aviks, Ilze Anita
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Banners, triangles and fire
Contributor:Lovett, Kimberly Laurice
My work celebrates the ritual of making art. When I work, I touch and taste each thread; the needle becomes part of my fingers as I make the marks that contain my thoughts and memories. The act of sewing allows me to exist ...
Ontology of the ineffable, The
In this essay, Taoism and other philosophical references are juxtaposed with contemporary art historical figures to supplement Zach Miller's explanation of his own artwork. Themes explored include the relationships between ...
Particular in prints, The
I make art because I like to look at things and I want to make images which describe how I feel about what I see. My work is based on a cycle of seeing and responding to the visual world as well as to the images that develop ...
My artwork functions as a way to explore and define the personality traits that I developed as a consequence of early life experiences. My paintings are highly introspective and depend on themes of repetition, time, aspects ...
Mystic vision, The
Contributor:Dirrim, David M.
Discussion of traditional art categorization and new ideas for a more equitable way of classifying art, A
Power of the Chinese brush, The
Contributor:Ambrose, Richard M.
This paper explores the connections between memory and identity existing in my artworks that reimagine family photographs. I am interested in the ability of photographs, objects, and patterns to prop up, and in many cases, ...