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Allen, Kalin Danielle
Savannah, Ga. : Savannah College of Art and Design
Thesis (M.F.A.) -- Painting
Savannah College of Art and Design -- Department of Painting
Includes bibliographical references (p.31-32).
This thesis document is an attempt to contextualize and trace the frameworks (constructed, virtual, appropriated) I use to approach my work in the studio and in surrounding fields of research. This text will serve as something of a status report and field guide, placing the development of my approach to and study of painting in a larger territory. A different framing device is required for varied aspects of artistic activity, and my intention is for the text to mimic some of the same practical variation in intent and intensity of specific works and projects. Locating my work as a multiplicity itself—in objects, as process, in research, and as material—will hopefully allow for a sounding discord among the ontology (being), phenomenology (perception), and ideology (ideas) transversing my artistic activity. What I think about the work is not the work. What I write about the work is other (work).
CHAIR: Schroeder, Todd
PDF: 32 p. : ill
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