Title

Dearest

Semester of Graduation

Summer

Degree

Master of Fine Arts (MFA)

Department

Studio Art

Document Type

Thesis

Abstract

Dearest is the examination of what remains of a person, looking to the objects they cherished most while contemplating the inevitability of their certain absence. The work questions the futility of preservation in the measure of time, the failure of memories held in fragile containers, and the decay of the physical body. The materials that compose Dearest are chosen for their innate longevity and their ability to evoke remembrance.

Date

5-31-2018

Committee Chair

Walsh, Michaelene

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