Date of Submission

Spring 2020

Academic Program


Project Advisor 1

Jay Elliott

Abstract/Artist's Statement

In this paper I use Wittgenstein's philosophy of language, specifically, considerations of the meaning of a word, in order to establish a groundwork for, and further illuminate, the messier areas of thinking about thinking and feeling about feeling that seem to occur across time. This "messier", and perhaps even physical, under-grid creating our feelings across time is one that I paint to shift endlessly, in its own ever shifting moments of sentiment comparison. It is also one that I undertake to comprehend using a similarly configured process of infinitely splitting methods of thinking and feeling.

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