Title

Replicant

Abstract

Artist Statement

This body of work explores technology throughout modern history into today, and how it affects society and the people within. There are many sides to technological innovation, and as time goes on it also changes our own priorities; even how we choose to either reject reality or intensify the effects of mass consumerism. Technology can also change the way we look at currency itself, surprise us with an unexpected reality or change what we view as beauty. Within this work I utilize drawing, printmaking, and collage to visualize our observed reality, the implications of the decisions we make, and how we interact with technology. I use saturated and appealing color palettes to draw the viewer into the content and questions that the work imposes.

Advisor

Josh Winkler

Committee Member

Liz Miller

Committee Member

Amy Toscani

Committee Member

Joshua W Preiss

Date of Degree

2021

Language

english

Document Type

Thesis

Degree

Master of Arts (MA)

Department

Art

College

Arts and Humanities

Included in

Printmaking Commons

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Rights Statement

In Copyright