Date of Submission

Fall 2016

Academic Programs and Concentrations

Studio Arts

Project Advisor 1

Ellen Driscoll

Project Advisor 2

Julianne swartz

Abstract/Artist's Statement

My sculptures are representations of characters of home. The dimension between interdependence of form and formless, physical and nonphysical home, led me to look deeper into the nature of the act of defining and the unknown. Home will cease to exist if either physical or nonphysical home is omitted. There are no physical aspect of home without individuals forming ideas of a home. Likewise, there is no way of forming a home without the physical home for the individuals in which to be. We are creatures of form living in a physical world, while our mind and consciousness, which are formless, build their logic and reasoning from perceptions. The idea becomes a form when it is believed and given form by many individuals. The similarity between form and formless, physical or nonphysical, is that repetition creates form. The same can be applied to the idea of home.

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