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Master of Fine Arts (MFA)
A shifting viewpoint transforms into multiple perspectives to explore surface and depth.
By compressing time into an instant, or expanding a moment out in infinite directions, patterns reveal and obscure themselves.
A process that is both rational and intuitive emerges through the use of different systems to approach the unknown.
The ocean operates as a metaphor. The beyond guides the search of one who is tethered to the shore.
Plastic, linen, silk, elastic, glass, cellulose, protein: fold, curve, bend, distort, resist to create forms that are neither unfamiliar nor named.
Blue, blue-grey, blue-green, blue violet, azure, cobalt, sapphire, lapis lazuli, navy, prussian, indigo, royal, ultramarine, aquamarine, cyan, cerulean.
Runge, Elaina, "How to become ocean?" (2017). Masters Theses. 103.
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