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Individuation and the Disposable : An Installation Piece
“My work explores western individuation and how it has become a social norm. Western society facilitates an individuation of people encouraging each to be their own and separate. This individuation of society gives people ...
Piety, Purity, and the Public : Views of the Art Museum, Past and Present
The creation of the public art museum in Western European society was simply a change in the way a culture viewed art. Since the creation of the public art museum, art in Western society has changed what was an exclusively ...
Seeing the Sacred : A Photographic Exploration of Bodily Boundaries
The aim of religious activity is to totalize, to bring everything into a grand scheme, a cosmic order which supersedes all other order. The author suggests that secular activity, on the other hand, is distinct from religious ...
Flat Space: Reflections on the Senior Induvidualized Project
Since before I was aware of the fascination it held for me, the idea of confusing perceptions of space in rendered images has influenced my art. I realize in retrospect that most of the drawings, paintings, and sculptures ...
Hello: A Series of Oil Paintings
I worked specifically in the medium of oil paint. I constructed three large pieces, all self portraits, that fell under the exhibition title of "Hello." The images represented by these three large paintings were a facial ...
Urban Nature: Studio Art SIP
The development of my SIP began with my interest in Native American art and culture. Growing up in the Pacific Northwest 1 had numerous encounters with Northwest Indian art and mythology. My parents read me illustrated ...
Mirror, Mirror on the Wall, There is no Fairest One of All
This project began fall quarter with a female body image workshop. Women from Kalamazoo College volunteered for the group, and we met for an hour once a week for seven weeks. Each session involved a different topic ...
Andy Warhol: A Mirror of the Modern World
A journal of time spent at the Detroit Institute of Art.
What Feeds My Soul
"This project is a reflection of who I am as a person and an artist. It represents the journey of finding myself here at Kalamazoo College. My art has helped me realize the things that I value most in life: family, food, ...