Title

Embodied Duration: Time and Material

Date of Award

August 2019

Department

Art

Advisor(s)

Ann Clarke

Abstract

Time is an expansive entity. Amplified in times of boredom or compressed to minutes of pleasure, it is a dimension of mathematics. It is an ever moving process of change. Transient, sturdy, ephemeral, eternal. We spend it. We kill it. We waste it. It is fast, slow, delayed and suspended. It is measured, calculated, experienced, and reaches far beyond the extent of reality.

The purpose of this thesis is to discuss the layers of time and duration in my practice and how I engage different media and modalities to evoke solicit and generate time.

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