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Thesis Info

LABS ID
00131
Title
reIMAGing SPlACE
Author
Christine Goldbeck
2nd Author
3rd Author
Degree
Master of Fine Arts-Interdisciplinary Arts
Year
2005
Number of Pages
220
University
Goddard College
Thesis Supervisor
Ruth Wallen
Supervisor e-mail
wallenr AT goddard.edu
Other Supervisor(s)
Peter Hocking
Language(s) of Thesis
English
Department / Discipline
Art/Humanities Computing
Languages Familiar to Author
English
URL where full thesis can be found
www.christinegoldbeck.com/present/index.htm
Keywords
artists’ books, creative writing, artificial-life art, book discussion, citizen artist, coal, coal mining, collage, computer, convergence, culture, Dada, digital art, digital divide, digital storytelling, documentary art, education, extraction industry,
Abstract: 200-400 words
reIMAGing SPLACE engages theories of storytelling, print and artists’ books, digital imaging and photography through artistic exploration and use of new media art spaces and forms. It is as much an exploration of story and imagery in various art spaces as it is a dissertation documenting the use of customary, contemporary and converging technologies to make interdisciplinary art for both traditional and emerging spaces and places.