Date of Graduation
MFA Creative Writing Thesis
Eberly College of Arts and Sciences
My sculpture work realizes an image conceptualized through manifestations of apathy. I exploit objects that are seemingly unconnected and beneath aesthetic appreciation, choosing them based on their association with rituals of hygiene and domestic order. These activities require little physical exertion, but place the mind in a state of transgression.;I embrace the intuitive process in order to preserve specific information and characteristics. I am attracted to surrealist philosophies that entertain fortuitous thought. This methodology takes into account the dynamics of an instinctive process and exemplifies an individual's particular sensitivity to place.
Walley, Emily A., "Landlocked" (2009). Graduate Theses, Dissertations, and Problem Reports. 4547.
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