Date of Award
Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA)
Artist Viola Bordon examines the processes of touch, unmaking, and materially dictated aesthetics regarding her studio practice. The philosophical ideas of absence are used to establish a purpose for undoing, which is then explored as a learning process. This process is complicated by the sense of touch, resulting in formal aesthetics that are materially inspired.
Michael Byron, Lisa Bulowski
Bordon, Viola, "Unmaking as Making" (2018). Bachelor of Fine Arts Senior Papers. 73.
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