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 2017

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Phenomenal Marks, Ruptured Spaces, Relearning Language, Crossing Cultures, Meelee Ahn

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Distraction and Community: The Magic of Playtime, Heather Alfaro

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Prosaic (dis)appearance, Waller H. Austin

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Satan's Beach Surf Them Webs 666, Shawn Burkard

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Contemplation of a Place, Slow and Constant, Colton R. Carter

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Fighting Domestic Terrorism: Art's Role in Social Activism, jonathan cornell

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Whistle While You Hum, Ryan Doyle

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the significance that cause and effect might have, Sara Fleenor

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The Approaching Singularity: Toward the Ongoing Extinction of the Individual, Wei Huang

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Black Matter, kahlil Irving

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Ten-der-ness, Brittany Jasin

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Liminal Space: Representation of My Living Experience, Moonkyung Kim

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Indoor Landscape, Xizi Liu

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Time Passing: Image of Reality and Reality of Image, Yihuang Lu

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A Catalogue of Thoughts, Whitney Meredith

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Flesh and Blood, Clayton Petras

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Teleterrestrial: The Universe of Technological and Natural Scenes, Nat Rainer

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Meaning in Perception: Metaphor in Figurative Sculpture, Tommy Riefe

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DoDo Rose: The Radiant Twin, Edo Rosenblith

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Adaptive Strategies in a Slow-Motion Apocalypse, Allana Ross

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Creatures of Play, Melissa Shelton

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My City Limits, Maggie Tarr

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The Lost Voices of Women in Poverty and Feminist Discorse, Anna Maria Tucker

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The Record in Question, Kari Varner

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To Name a Thing: Painting Liminal Space, Chloe West