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    • Dubious Cosmology: A Photo/Sculptural Rendition of Landscape and Modern Myth 

      Morton, Ella Sharp (2015-08-28)
      Dubious Cosmology is a series of photographs and sculptures that examine the visual portrayal of landscape and science fiction in contemporary Western culture. The work considers why human beings feel the need to have a ...
    • Encountering This: Orange Peel and Onion Skin 

      Culver, Ashley Diana (2015-08-28)
      Attention with care given to the other is at the core of my practice. Encountering This; Orange Peel and Onion Skin contains accounts of encounters with this and considers my relationship and understanding of this. This ...
    • What Isn't There: Imaging Palestine 

      Flanders, Ellen Ruth (2015-08-29)
      What Isn’t There is a research project that considers the possibility of creating an image of Palestine by documenting the 418 Palestinian villages that were erased with the establishment of the State of Israel. The work ...
    • How Do You Surrender to a Drone? 

      Collyer, Miles (2015-12-16)
      The exhibition, how do you surrender to a drone?, is a cohesive installation of interrelated artworks. It includes three-dimensional metal objects, experimental photographic–based forms, and large photocopies adhered ...
    • Enlichenment 

      Snyder, Danielle Natasha Anna (2016-09-20)
      The following paper is written support for the Enlichenment exhibition on display at Special Projects Gallery at York University from April 18th to April 22, 2016. Stemming from a mourning of sensorial experiences, my ...
    • Slow Seeing 

      Uyeda, Haley Keiko (2016-09-20)
      Slow Seeing is an exhibition of paintings, prints, collages and a video work that together reflect the procedural occurrences of a form of slow seeing. A proposition in discovering the iterative potentials of a process ...
    • Everything that Matters 

      Tellier, Jennifer Marie (2016-09-20)
      You look at the work and ask What is it about? I whisper Its a secret. You look confused. I add Falling, time, history, place, identity, material, shadow, representation, and not knowing. You are pleased yet perplexed. ...
    • Landscapes of the Hinged Trunk: With Seams of Glass and Bone 

      Coulombe, Derek Victor (2016-09-20)
      This thesis engages the construction of a particular kind of artwork, namely an artwork that functions as an occult device, capable of affecting the physical body of the viewer as well as the space the artwork occupies. ...
    • Doppelgangers 

      MacDonald, Kristie Lynn Anne (2016-09-20)
      This paper explores a series of artworks entitled Doppelgngers, wherein found objects are paired with detailed copies. Within this body of work I duplicate a range of scrap papers including envelopes and short notes with ...
    • Variables Assemblage 

      Kim, Mi Jeong (2016-09-20)
      Variables Assemblage focuses on everyday urban objects that are ubiquitous and non-descript. These objects are embedded parts and foundations of cities that have specific functions. These objects possess no significant ...
    • A Constellation of Sorts: Pause, Glean, Repeat, Drift, Wait 

      Testa, Andrew Mark (2016-09-20)
      My art practice is concerned with the nature of imagesimages which at once inscribe a historical continuity between the past and present, as well as index an inevitable sense of loss and drift. My MFA thesis exhibition, A ...
    • Stay in Touch 

      Thompson, Johanna Elizabeth (2017-07-27)
      The following paper is written support for the STAY IN TOUCH exhibition on display at Special Projects Gallery at York University from April 3rd to April 7th 2017. In this body of work, I use processes of weaving, knitting, ...
    • Material Things 

      Vincent, Erin Mary (2017-07-27)
      My art practice explores things considered without hierarchy as well as how materials used in unfamiliar contexts are continuously unfolding and becoming while also being in a nomadic state of flux. My MFA thesis exhibition, ...
    • Connectivity 

      Nobel, Christine Anne (2017-07-27)
      Connectivity is an exploration of confluence between the practice of painting and fibre arts. Through the shared material language of these established disciplines I seek to highlight both the act of making and the viewing ...
    • Kin 

      Nault, Sheri Kyla (2017-07-27)
      The current ecological state of the world is a source of great anxiety what seems to be missing is a sense of kinship, of how fundamentally interconnected human lives and the life of the planet are. I work across mediums ...
    • Hylomorphs 

      Perrett, David Gary (2017-07-27)
      Art making is dependent on the processes by which the works are made and the choices of the artist orient the experience of both viewer and artist alike. This support paper accompanies the exhibition Hylomorphs and serves ...
    • Chasing the Image 

      Allen Laurin, Timothy Allen (2017-07-27)
      My exhibition and paper addresses the physicality of the image, specifically that of the printed image and its material substrate, whether that image is photographically produced, or one created from printmaking processes. ...
    • SKIP-DRAG-FALL 

      Muller St. Thomas, Amber Helene (2017-07-27)
      This paper examines work from my Unsettled Attachments series, sculptural explorations, and the participatory experiences connected to their making. The Unsettled Attachments series involves ongoing enactments. Household ...
    • Fragments, as I Remember 

      Chan-Dow, Elaine Chiling (2017-07-27)
      Fragments, as I remember is a site-specific installation combining the following three memory cells: photographic images of dioramas derived from my memories; a film projection; and a sculpture composed of butterflies and ...
    • Someone Who is Not Like Anyone 

      Zadeh, Ebrahim Bagheri (2018-03-01)
      This paper is in the support of the Thesis Exhibition, Someone Who Is Not Like Anyone, which includes artworks in ballpoint pen and watercolors. In the exhibition, I explore the different moods of masculinity that I ...