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  • Harvey, Sarah Elizabeth (2013-07-25)
    This thesis seeks to extend the critical discussion of Surrealism and its exhibitions into the post-war period to resist the popular notion that Surrealism died with World War II or with American exile. Two post-war American ...
  • Rollins, Adriel (2013-07-25)
    Abstract Industrial Design education must always endeavor to close the gap between academic experience and vocational relevance. To this end, students are trained how to use the latest tools available to the design community, ...
  • Caplow, Deborah (1999)
    This dissertation situates the Mexican printmaker, Leopoldo Mendez (1902--1969), as a leading member of the Mexican art world of the twentieth century, revealing his central role in Mexican art and politics. His significance ...
  • Gress, David
    My work pertains to notions of documentary. The slaughterhouse and events that transpire within constitute the untouched, given center of my work. Within these limits I am free to interpret, recreate and compose such ...
  • Gress, David
    My work pertains to notions of documentary. The slaughterhouse and events that transpire within constitute the untouched, given center of my work. Within these limits I am free to interpret, recreate and compose such ...
  • Trinnaman, Brad
    The practice of editorial design has been continually refining itself as an effective communication method of visual story telling for the last 200 years. In print, magazines are designed in a way that gives readers a ...
  • Mintz, Robert (Robert Michael) (2002)
    This dissertation examines Yosa Buson's (1716--1783) dated paintings of the literati style. Buson's paintings act a visual record of the cultural hybridity the artist gradually developed through his embrace of Chinese and ...
  • Park, Haeree
    This project revisits memex, a hypothetical knowledge-storage device that Vannevar Bush proposed in 1945 and traces its trajectory in the perspective of interaction design. While the pursuit of memex from a technological ...
  • Xie, Xinchen
    My thesis project explores ideas of space and light. It relates to my experience of growing up in a big city. Architectural structures play a vital role in the project. I create a personal space that contains memory and ...
  • Eagles, Lane Michelle (2013-07-25)
    In fifteenth-century Florence, the Basilica of the Santissima Annunziata housed thousands of wax sculptures, all created in response to a single fresco located on the interior wall of the nave. This painting, known as the ...
  • Nelson, Joshua David (2013-07-25)
    Chemotherapy is one epicenter of cancer care that brings people and technology together in and around the infusion center. Within this space patients interact with providers and medical devices and these interactions shape ...
  • Hoeppner, Andrew John
    Graduate school for me was a life experiment. My intentions to become an artist never were implied until my last year as an undergraduate when I finally decided this new direction of mine has yet to even begin. My ...
  • Swope, Caroline Theodora (2003)
    This dissertation examines the conversion of Leavenworth, Washington, and Helen, Georgia, into Germanic-themed towns in the 1960s and '70s. Although neither community had a Germanic ethnic base, both sought economic and ...
  • Dine, Susan Michelle (2012-09-13)
    This thesis features selected examples of Japanese art from the Heian period to the Kamakura period that carry within their artistic representation the use of Sanskrit characters. As such, it is about the dissemination of ...
  • Petz, Jason E.
    Since the advent of conservation practices, society has become increasingly separated from nature, which has led to a concealment of production from consumers known as the "black box." As a result, consumers rely on ...
  • Petz, Jason E.
    Since the advent of conservation practices, society has become increasingly separated from nature, which has led to a concealment of production from consumers known as the "black box." As a result, consumers rely on ...
  • Happ, Jonathan A.
    The purpose of this project is to extend the genre of the vanitas still life within painting by merging with the context of contemporary biological and medical sciences. By doing so I hope to challenge conventional ...
  • Yu, Shuishan (2006)
    This dissertation explores the modernization project in Chinese architecture during the PRC Era (1949-present) through the changes of Chang'an Avenue in Beijing. I will first trace the development of Chang'an Avenue in the ...
  • Enderle, Melanie (2013-04-17)
    Much information concerning the trajectory of the New Woman in American society can be gathered by studying paintings of theatrical scenes centered on female performers in New York City from the years of the Victorian era ...

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