Date of Award
Master of Fine Arts (MFA)
Emily Cornell du Houx
This is a book about in-betweenness. It’s an examination of how we identify people and objects, the categories we use to do so, and those that don’t fit squarely into one or the other. It considers the grey areas of identity--race, gender, species, function, living, inanimate. It slips and slides through the ambiguous and indefinite, forever moving, always simultaneously being “both,” “all,” “neither,” and “none.”
Funaki, E. Winslow, "This feels familiar" (2020). Masters Theses. 476.
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