Date of Award
Master of Fine Arts (MFA)
Federico Pérez Villoro
This thesis constitutes a methodology for examining our use of systems and tools. We are constantly generating physical and digital residues, and tracing them can reveal an underlying syntax of structures that produced them. I work with these artifacts to highlight the capacities and constraints of language and technology, and what results is a transparency that draws us closer to the raw material. Once broken down into bare elements, new forms can then be resynthesized. Both critical and celebratory, this inquiry uncovers logical structures to reimagine means of making and to create alternate tools for thought.
Otsuka, Marie, "Hyperlink : connecting space, time, language, and technology" (2018). Masters Theses. 220.
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