Master of Fine Arts (MFA)
Site Unseen is a large-scale installation of seventy-three brightly screen-printed and painted house forms. The houses stack and interlock with one another, creating clusters of towers and archways. The forms appear to grow into one another, physically connecting the homes. Each house is printed with images of materials in various states: raw, processed and waste. These materials represent the cycle of community’s rise and fall. Beyond examining the construction of community, Site Unseen explores a moment when trust or foundation is lost in a community. In the center of the community is a gaping, spherical void. This void represents the absence or loss of a cornerstone of a community. Site Unseen explores the relationship between a group of individuals and a man-made force that exists outside of them.
Document Availability at the Time of Submission
Release the entire work immediately for access worldwide.
Carpenter, David Christopher, "Site unseen" (2010). LSU Master's Theses. 1497.
McClay, Malcolm J