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    Joe, Moore (2017)
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    Oslovar, Andrew (University of Oregon, 2015)
    This document is the continuation of a process of making. It is not a description of that process, but exists actively within it. My current and continuing practice involves an investigation and exploration of multiplicity ...
  • Langley, Erin (University of Oregon, 2022)
    n his 1984 essay collection The Responsibility of Forms Roland Barthes refutes the notion of a blank surface writing “No surface, wherever we consider it, is a virgin surface: everything is always, already, rough, ...
  • Vala, Jessie Rose (University of Oregon, 2015)
    My work involves ongoing research into historical and mythological narratives and ecological events that shape and change the world in unforeseeable ways. This unfolding exploration bleeds into my making, often in ...
  • Wood, Natalie (University of Oregon, 2018)
    While employed as a custodian, I developed a detailed knowledge of the building I cleaned – where to find hidden outlets, dusty crevices, and secret doors to air duct chambers. As an artist who works site-specifically, I ...
  • Nachtigall, Stephen (2017-02-08)
    Lush green vegetation, cascading waterfalls and waving golden wheat 5ields; UV printed on vinyl adhesive, stuck to an electrical utility box, vending machine or underground subway advertisement. These cultural moments ...
  • Magratten, Anne (University of Oregon, 2015)
    The following report maps my work in relationship to the subject and experience of landscape and its connection to painting. It begins with my ruminations on landscape historically and the undiscussed yet problematic ...
  • Petkau, Hannah (2022)
    Drawing is a balancing act of reality and fiction. Line and form are markers, representative of space and experience, a record of things tangible and ephemeral. There is the capacity for a linear trajectory but it can be ...
  • Widomski, Rachel (2016)
    Observation into daily life is foremost in Rachel Widomski’s practice. She seeks out and embraces the interruptions of time, by capturing and exhibiting often overlooked moments. Her work provides a suspension of experience, ...
  • Buzzee, Dana (2022)
    Towards offering narrative and details on the research and thought which has evolved into my terminal creative project, Eternal Flux, this report takes the form of a collection of smaller verses through the methodology of ...
  • Milner, Stephen (University of Oregon, 2018)
    My thesis work revolves around the tension between frustration and desire, through trying to connect the seemingly disparate activities of surfing and gay men cruising for sex. I am interested in the latent eroticism of ...
  • Khan, Sumer (2019)
    Exuberance to Disturbance is a selection of personal anecdotes, lists, and short stories, a verbal articulation to one way of working visually. The purpose of this research is to establish different ways of generating ideas ...
  • Thompson, Kayla (2019)
  • Stoll, Tyler (2022-06)
    This text focuses on the relationship between my thesis exhibition and a manifesto I have written, both of which are titled "the future is flaccid." The manifesto proposes “flaccidity” as a radical embodiment and tool to ...
  • Hughes, Laura B. (University of Oregon, 2018)
  • Lichucki, Caroline (2022)
    My practice finds roots that extend towards the transient, the mundane, and the chthonic. I am informed by my training in traditional forms of drawing, painting, and sculpture. This foundation lays the framework for images ...
  • Lopez, Daniel P. (2016)
    The weirdest part about being done with this report is that I can’t just tell people “Sorry, I’m working on my thesis right now.” It’s good to have it completed, but now I worry that I won’t have any good excuses for being ...
  • Christy, Matt (University of Oregon, 2015)
    When I went to church with my family my mother would sit me down on the floor and I could look underneath the long row of pews and see all the peoples legs. My friends and I had different rules down there. We could draw ...

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