Date of Award
Master of Fine Arts (MFA)
Daydreaming offers time to detach and slow down, to stretch and move inwards. For a handful of seconds to minutes on end, I float between experiences and imaginings of once familiar ground. Within the open space of the daydream, fragments of memories rise to the surface which then become touchstones, full of potential for future work. Full of sensory detail, these memories whether from a walk pierced by a bird call, a meal with family, or a day at the beach control how new objects take shape. An atmospheric light, a deeply rooted dining table, and lounge chairs all invite idle reverie for others.
Lorenz, Aaron, "Objects of Daydreaming" (2023). Masters Theses. 1075.
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