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Taft, Anne Celine (Fa 15), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives Nov 2010

Taft, Anne Celine (Fa 15), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

FA Finding Aids

Finding aid only for Folklife Archives Project 15. Interviews conducted by Anne Celine Taft with Zeleme (Brashear) Cottrell, about her weaving. Cottrell discusses the weaving process in depth and how it has affected her life.


Remember Me When I Am Gone - Exhibition (Fa 530), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives Oct 2010

Remember Me When I Am Gone - Exhibition (Fa 530), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

FA Finding Aids

Finding aid only for Folklife Archives Project 530. Materials related to the quilt exhibition, "Remember Me When I Gone," held at the Kentucky Museum, Western Kentucky University in 1995. Includes interviews with quiltmakers about their friendship and memory quilts.


Where Book Art And Technology Mingle, Peter D. Verheyen, Richard Minsky Oct 2010

Where Book Art And Technology Mingle, Peter D. Verheyen, Richard Minsky

Libraries' and Librarians' Publications

Interview of Peter D. Verheyen by Richard Minsky. Peter Verheyen, conservator, bookbinder, and creator of the Books Arts Web, discusses the current state of book arts. Although he creates impeccable fine bindings that have won international awards, Peter Verheyen's huge contribution to the field of book art has little to do with making or conserving physical books. His magum opus is the Book Arts Web (philobiblon.com), the main location on the Internet for book art information and resources, from online exhibitions to tutorials, opportunities, blogs, and reference materials.


Fit To Be Bound In New York, Peter D. Verheyen May 2010

Fit To Be Bound In New York, Peter D. Verheyen

Peter D Verheyen

In this illustrated lecture Peter D. Verheyen, bookbinder and head of preservation at Syracuse University Bird Library, will discuss the book arts as practiced in New York state over the past 100 years. Topics included the training required to become a binder, the types of materials used, the growth of book arts organizations and "centers," and a look into the future.


Maelstrom, Gertrude L. Teijink May 2010

Maelstrom, Gertrude L. Teijink

Theses, Dissertations, and Student Creative Activity, School of Art, Art History and Design

My work is a confrontation with the conflict between our everyday activities, and the fleetingness of our existence. We are dragged through time and through space, but ultimately we are unavoidably lost in a swirl of oblivion. Given this dissonance, I question the meaning of our everyday activities. Can we find satisfaction with what we do? And why are we compelled to do it? The case I try to make for the meaning of life’s repetitive or renewal actions is made largely in reference to myself, which gives my work an undeniable autobiographical component.

For my thesis work, I ...


Once-Removed (And Other Familiar Relations), Emily Newman May 2010

Once-Removed (And Other Familiar Relations), Emily Newman

Theses, Dissertations, and Student Creative Activity, School of Art, Art History and Design

Conventional perceptions of space rouse my investigation of images as stand-ins for an objects reference. Removing the context of an object changes the once tangible form. No longer able to be touched, used or relate to its original environment, an object transformed into an image exists solely for our visual and psychological perceptions.

In substituting one for the other, image for object and vise versa, a hierarchy occurs. Its previous existence now establishes a mental presence, shifting the future recollection of such an image to precede or replace the actual object in memory. Proxy of image for object and object ...


Breathe... Keep Breathing., Shaun C. Kiel May 2010

Breathe... Keep Breathing., Shaun C. Kiel

Theses, Dissertations, and Student Creative Activity, School of Art, Art History and Design

I work with short-duration seamless video loops. My work simultaneously depicts and emulates the material composition of time, specifically how action composes time and how time can compose or construct objects.

My work is self-reflexive. Self-reflexive means that a product actively considers or examines its own production. In video this means breaking either the illusion of depicted time as real time or the illusion of the depicted image as real space. Video loops are self-reflexive by function. Their periodic recurrence points out the artifact of the medium.

The periodic recurrence of video loops also changes the narrative quality of the ...


From Baa To Eye: Language As Images, Yinghua Zhu May 2010

From Baa To Eye: Language As Images, Yinghua Zhu

Theses, Dissertations, and Student Creative Activity, School of Art, Art History and Design

From Baa to Eye: Language as Images

Languages, as I understood, are the most direct confrontation of cultures because of their inherent culture iconicity. My approach to employ the English language as a subject matter is to interpret the culture it represents. I use language as a metaphor to address the boundary, the inadequacy, the longing, the contradiction, the adaptation, the curiosity, and the frustration that one encounters when different cultures clash. These clashes are valuable because they help me recognize and appreciate the differences, or in other words, the otherness. Otherness is a fundamental category of human thought. It ...


Cut, Bryan Drew Apr 2010

Cut, Bryan Drew

Theses, Dissertations, and Student Creative Activity, School of Art, Art History and Design

The act of cutting is to sever, to divide an object or even an idea into separate parts of its original state. Non-tangibles can also in a sense be ‘cut’, like gaps in memories or modifications of beliefs or ideas. My work encompasses these definitions of cutting. Working mostly from photos, I use imagery from personal experience, such as meat from my hunting experience, patterns from nostalgic blankets, or photos of people in my life. Other times, I choose imagery simply because I feel compelled to paint it, or it feels somehow needed within the composition. My process begins by ...


Taking In: The Best Of Aib Photography 2010, Aib Students Apr 2010

Taking In: The Best Of Aib Photography 2010, Aib Students

Taking In

Taking In is a student run project featuring a selection of work created by students attending the Art Institute of Boston. The project focuses on the business of promoting art and culminates each year with a juried exhibition, publication, and website all designed to promote selected works of AIB artists. The selected pieces were chosen anonymously by a jury of distinguished members of the Boston art community to represent the best of AIB Photography, 2010. The book in your hand is the end result of a collective effort by those in the class.


I'Ve Fallen In Love With Every One Of You..., Kayleigh L. Speck Apr 2010

I'Ve Fallen In Love With Every One Of You..., Kayleigh L. Speck

Theses, Dissertations, and Student Creative Activity, School of Art, Art History and Design

Photographs best show and describe the world, capturing a split second in time without necessarily providing the viewer with any sort of explanation or answer as to why something looks the way it does. Although the camera captures images of the “real,” it has the ability to tell lies. It changes our perception of space, the color of light, and the way things look overall. This is the reason I have chosen this medium; I want to see what my world looks like in a photograph.

Through these photographs of the every day lives of my subjects and myself, I ...


Black, White, Brown, Aisha S. Harrison Apr 2010

Black, White, Brown, Aisha S. Harrison

Theses, Dissertations, and Student Creative Activity, School of Art, Art History and Design

BLACK, WHITE, BROWN Aisha Shani Harrison, M.F.A University of Nebraska, 2010

Adviser: Gail Kendall

I address emotions and perceptions that are complex and multifaceted. My goal is for the work to communicate these emotions in a way that makes them accessible to others. Most people have felt disconnected, longing, anticipation, relief, anger, frustration and have experienced internal conflict. While this work touches on these emotions, there is, because of who I am, a set of questions I am asking regarding racial identity.

This autobiographical work is a series of ceramic figures that are engaged with symbolic objects which ...


Lani Montreal Interview, Thi Navi Thach Feb 2010

Lani Montreal Interview, Thi Navi Thach

Asian American Art Oral History Project

2010 interview with Filipina teacher, writer, performer Lani T. Montreal by Thi Navi Thach


Ann Poochareon Interview, Christina Yang Feb 2010

Ann Poochareon Interview, Christina Yang

Asian American Art Oral History Project

2010 interview with new media artist Ann Poochareon by Christina Yang


Tatsu Aoki Interview, Brian Callahan Feb 2010

Tatsu Aoki Interview, Brian Callahan

Asian American Art Oral History Project

2010 interview with musician Tatsu Aoki


Tina Ramirez Interview, Karina Lopez Feb 2010

Tina Ramirez Interview, Karina Lopez

Asian American Art Oral History Project

2010 interview with poet Tina Ramirez


Dahuang Zhou Interview, Julia Lin Feb 2010

Dahuang Zhou Interview, Julia Lin

Asian American Art Oral History Project

2010 interview with multimedia artist and entrepreneur DaHuang Zhou


Chi Jang Yin Interview, Anna Huang Feb 2010

Chi Jang Yin Interview, Anna Huang

Asian American Art Oral History Project

2010 interview with experimental documentary filmmaker Chi Jang Yin by Anna Huang


Von Kommanivanh Interview, John Pluciennik Feb 2010

Von Kommanivanh Interview, John Pluciennik

Asian American Art Oral History Project

2010 interview with Loatian born/Chicago based painter Von Kommanivahn by John Pluciennik


Sam Del Rosario Interview, Nancy Shaba Feb 2010

Sam Del Rosario Interview, Nancy Shaba

Asian American Art Oral History Project

2010 interview with writer and the former ED of the Asian American Artists Collective- Chicago Sam del Rosario by Nancy Shaba.


Rominna Villasenor Interview, Jamelle Apolinar Feb 2010

Rominna Villasenor Interview, Jamelle Apolinar

Asian American Art Oral History Project

2010 interview with writer, performer, visual artist Rominna Villasenor by Jamelle Apolinar


Michiko Itatani Interview, Liza Rush Feb 2010

Michiko Itatani Interview, Liza Rush

Asian American Art Oral History Project

2010 interview with painter and School of the Art Institute of Chicago professor Michiko itatani by Liza Rush


Mike Park Interview, Ben Rogers Feb 2010

Mike Park Interview, Ben Rogers

Asian American Art Oral History Project

2010 interview with Mike Park from Asian Man Records by Ben Rogers


Ann Marie Chua Lee Interview, Jasmin M. Ortiz Feb 2010

Ann Marie Chua Lee Interview, Jasmin M. Ortiz

Asian American Art Oral History Project

2010 Interview with cosplay costume designer Anne Marie Chua Lee by Jasmin M. Ortiz


Stranger Than Fiction, Andrew P. Maturo Jan 2010

Stranger Than Fiction, Andrew P. Maturo

The Mercury

No abstract provided.


Warung Di Singaraja, Bali, Sneha Shrestha Jan 2010

Warung Di Singaraja, Bali, Sneha Shrestha

The Mercury

No abstract provided.


Everything Falls Apart, Preston G. Hartwick Jan 2010

Everything Falls Apart, Preston G. Hartwick

The Mercury

No abstract provided.


Di Sawah-Sawah Di Tabanan, Bali, Sneha Shrestha Jan 2010

Di Sawah-Sawah Di Tabanan, Bali, Sneha Shrestha

The Mercury

No abstract provided.


The Mercury 2010 Jan 2010

The Mercury 2010

The Mercury

No abstract provided.


Paul, Rachel E. Rakoff Jan 2010

Paul, Rachel E. Rakoff

The Mercury

No abstract provided.