A Third Culture Fairytale
Smith, Duncan R.
Atlanta, Ga. : Savannah College of Art and Design
Thesis (M.F.A.) -- Illustration
Savannah College of Art and Design -- Department of Illustration
Includes bibliographical references (p.15).
As many contemporary fairytales have grown from their original versions in order to incorporate the influences of other cultures who have passed them along, I see these stories not only as a part of my childhood, but also as a representation of my own development growing up in a host of different countries. Following the same system, I traveled and accumulated my own collection of beliefs and traditions, blending them into a singular identity. Focusing on the reinterpretation of multiple international retellings, along with the injection of my own cultural experiences, I’ve tried to mature a familiar fairytale format by filtering it through a more global perspective.
CHAIR: Mueller-Brown, Julie
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