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Open Access Thesis
Master of Fine Arts (M.F.A.)
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Through investigating my installation, performance, video and collaborative practice, Honeymoons builds connections between timelessness in repetition, the sacred potentials of pop culture, the animation of matter and the relationship of the body to space. Central to these relationships are questions about the function of the erotic in a mediated world. How can a sensual experience help us to define what is real, what has value?
Kiermaier, Ethan, "Honeymoons" (2017). Masters Theses. 513.