Date of Submission

Spring 2020

Academic Program


Project Advisor 1

Garry Hagberg

Abstract/Artist's Statement

This project is an exploration of Wittgenstein’s concepts of seeing and ‘seeing as’ and how they can be translated to deal with heard perceptions; hearing and ‘hearing as.’ Roger Scruton’s work with ‘hearing as’ is discussed, and a more complete picture is found of what this translation from seeing to hearing and ‘seeing as’ to ‘hearing as’ means for our larger conception of all sighted and heard perceptions.

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