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Title

Hovering

Document Type

Open Access Thesis

Embargo Period

5-10-2016

Degree Program

Art

Degree Type

Master of Fine Arts (M.F.A.)

Year Degree Awarded

2016

Month Degree Awarded

May

Abstract

Hovering is an attempt to navigate the contemporary digital environment through traditional means. The imagery created function as paintings, photographs, prints, and drawings. They explore and raise questions about visual perception and sensory awareness, as well as highlighting the modular limitations of the pixelated image and the illusion of reality in the digital landscape.

First Advisor

Alexis Kuhr

Second Advisor

Jeanette Cole

Third Advisor

Sara Greenberger-Rafferty

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