Dissertation/Thesis Abstract

Hoodoo and the law: Mostly printed works
by Frondorf, Aaron William, M.F.A., Colorado State University, 2015, 31; 1590571
Abstract (Summary)

This paper discusses the relationship of ideas to their media, through the relationship of contents to a book and through the use of aesthetic barriers. The conceptual content of the artworks produced center around epistemological self-betterment and practical mysticism. I discuss in this paper my thought process, the work itself, and the works intended functions. I discuss the idea of the book and my rationale behind working in printmaking.

Indexing (document details)
Advisor: Dormer, Jim
Commitee: Bates, Haley, Kneller, Jane, Plastini, Johnny
School: Colorado State University
Department: Art and Art History
School Location: United States -- Colorado
Source: MAI 54/05M(E), Masters Abstracts International
Source Type: DISSERTATION
Subjects: Fine arts, Art Criticism, Philosophy
Keywords: Bookmaking, Intaglio, Litography, Photolithography, Printmaking
Publication Number: 1590571
ISBN: 9781321801002
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