Thesis requirements for the MFA degree (Visual Art) in the Graduate School of Art, Sam Fox School of Design and Visual Arts, include 1) an exhibition of original work, 2) a written thesis, and 3) digital documentation of artwork/exhibition. This series contains the written theses completed by students in the MFA in Visual Art program from 2013-present.

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Theses/Dissertations from 2016

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Thrills, Spills, and Unacknowledgments, Caitlin Aasen

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Mr. Jonathan P. Berger: Gentle Conflations, Jonathan Patrick Berger and Mr. Jonathan P. Berger

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I Do Not Pray, So I Paint, Candice J. Block

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Filter Feeding, Sam Boven

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Fixing Broken Shit: How We are Always Cleaning Up Some Mess, kendall L. Brown

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Untitled (A Masculine Reader), Jackson Bullock

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Rhetoric: the art of using language effectively, Eric Burwell

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The Vital Ambiguity of Surface: Culturally Determined Notions of Metaphor and Performance in Contemporary Building Material, Christopher T. Campbell

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Disposition, Garrett J. Clough

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The Untitled Mapping Project: Case Study Trauma, Wyndi A. DeSouza

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Drifting / Mooring: On Home, Travel, and Identity, Nicole Fry

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Damaged Goods: Reconstructing the Perceived Perfect, Sarah E. Harford

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Interspace Encounters: Parkview Gardens, Madeline Marak

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Shady Ladies: Femininity Across the Gender Spectrum, Holly McGraw

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A Borrowed Language, Yvonne Osei

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EASY READING MNEMOSYNE ROAD ATLAS, Danica M. Radoshevich

., Shirin Rastin

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Of Ghosts and Garage Sales: The painted realizations of reflective nostalgia, Rachel Ahava Rosenfeld

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Toward an Evicted Avant, Adam Charles Turl

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The Science of the Concrete: A 21st Century Bricoleur, Julie Weinberger

Theses/Dissertations from 2015

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"Am I Winning?", Diana J. Casanova

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Fabricated Images and Bodily Failures, Andrea Coates

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Breaching, Margaux Crump

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Artificial Infinite, Brandon Daniels

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Building Belonging: Assertions in Marginalized Spaces, Addoley Dzegede