||My careers in dance and Medicine have shaped my concept of form and philosophical ideas on modern Humanism. Through figurative sculpture, I present an autobiographical representation of the interconnection between me and my family and friends, revealing relationships through time and circumstances. Figures are cast in Hydrocal, resin, aluminum, and bronze. Individual attributes are emphasized using objects, color, and pose. Proximity clarifies the relationships between individuals in the sculpture groups. What follows is my attempt to reconcile historical influences with personal experiences and to make it relevant in contemporary art.
|General note||Presented to the faculty of the School of Art and Design|
|General note||Advisor: Hanna Jubran|
|General note||Title from PDF t.p. (viewed July 25, 2018).|
|Dissertation note||M.F.A. East Carolina University 2018.|
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references.|
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|Technical details||Mode of access: World Wide Web.|