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Parallelism: Past Perlustration / Future Formulation

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dc.contributor.advisor Kardambikis, Christopher Caramanna, Brigitte
dc.creator Caramanna, Brigitte 2019-12-05 2020-06-02T17:10:00Z 2020-06-02T17:10:00Z
dc.description.abstract This thesis describes my process and presents the research I have used to create my work. I will provide an explanation to methods of printmaking I practice and how that relates to drawing, exploration, and scientific discoveries. I discuss how nature has been the ultimate factor in motivating the work. The natural world has led me to contemplate what is possible in the multiverse. This has guided me into three areas of research: the past, future, and present. The past: focusing on mysteries of ancient civilizations and lost technologies. The future: taking a look at the how advancement of technology can lead to the loss of knowledge humans have currently obtained. Finally, the present: discussing what the consequences of the present will have on humanity, nature, and the universe. This research leads to the works in the thesis exhibition, which I provide images of and a description for. en_US
dc.language.iso en en_US
dc.subject remnant en_US
dc.subject etching en_US
dc.subject portal en_US
dc.subject monolith en_US
dc.subject Humboldt en_US
dc.subject caves en_US
dc.title Parallelism: Past Perlustration / Future Formulation en_US
dc.type Thesis en_US Master of Fine Arts in Visual and Performing Arts en_US Master's en_US Visual Arts en_US George Mason University en_US

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