Thesis Title

Narratives of Loss

Date of Graduation

Spring 2018

Degree

Master of Fine Arts in Visual Studies

Department

Art and Design

Committee Chair

Eric Pervukhin

Keywords

death, impermanence, loss, collage, mixed-media, art objects, materiality, digital collage, narrative, interactive media, nothingness

Subject Categories

Art and Design | Creative Writing | Fiction | Illustration | Nonfiction

Abstract

My research revolves around impermanence, loss, and the grief that accompanies loss. My thesis work consists of digital collages interlaced with short stories, an interactive digital media piece, traditionally-made collages, a picture book, art objects, and an assortment of other supporting work. My ultimate aim is to employ both traditional techniques and digital skills to create visual narratives that supply glimpses into my personal history of loss and that speak to life’s brevity.

Copyright

© Carla R. Stine

Open Access

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