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 2021

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The Garden of Extraterrestrial Deee-Lites, Jessica Bremehr

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Suture...Harm and Remedy, Amanda Casarez

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The Feeling of Foam & Other Essays, Ryan Erickson

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Pero...Maybe, Adrian Gonzalez

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unmentionables, Madeleine F. Grotewiel

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Art and Empathy: Self Discovery in a Dark Forest, Younser Lee

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From Disconnect to Connect: How to Critique the Objectification of Animals through My Photography, Gaoyuan Pan

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But They Are Not Real, Takura Suzuki

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Restoring Connection, Alexa Velez

Theses/Dissertations from 2020

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The Work of Art in The Age of Surveillance: Towards A Society of Civil Power, Grace Eunhae Cho

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The Darkness Needs to Cry, Damaris Dunham

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The Complexities of Intimacy, Brie Henderson

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In Search of Place, Aleida Hertel

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Perception Play Through Glass Reflection, Yeeun Kang

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My Favorite Things, Alexander Klein

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Crystal Queer: Fracturing the Binaries of Matter, Creation, and Landscape, Sarah Knight

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A Jungle, a Dream, a Wallowing thing, Liz Moore

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Big Girl | Little Girl, Emily Mueller

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Pleasure is All Mine, Lola Ogbara

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The Always and Never Seen, Linnea Ryshke

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Encumbered by Stage Fright Or I’m Not Sure Why I Did That, Chris Scott

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Tracing the Past, Drawing the Present, Sixue Yang

Theses/Dissertations from 2019

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Children Shouldn't Play with Dead Things, Sarah Adcock

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Future-Relics: Monumentalizing Afro-Caribbean Identity, Greg Bailey

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The Rupture Repeats, Jennifer Everett