Graduate Thesis Or Dissertation
Rehumanizing Constructs Public Deposited
Art must engage in an active social life and not be solely contained by the sterility of a gallery or museum. Drawing on historical and cultural references to "myth" and "parade," this thesis attempts to redefine who I make art for and why.
The exploration of Folk Art, Myth, and the Theory of Complexity carries mythopoeic possibilities of hope that an individual can affect change within her culture. This requires a new language, a new thought collective, and the polishing of my visual language.
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