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    • Eternal Recurrence: String Theory 

      Rizzo, Richard Joseph (University of Waterloo, 2007-05-15)
      The work in this exhibition is the result of philosophical contemplation and the concepts that followed from these moments. The moment that we find ourselves conscious, the moment in which we inhale or exhale is the focus ...
    • An Exhibition of Painting, Sculpture and Video 

      Baker, Charles (University of Waterloo, 1997)
      This M. F. A. thesis exhibition consists of painting, sculpture, and video completed over the last five months. In support of the exhibition, an artist's statement outlines my exploration of the interaction between ...
    • Flat Places and Dynamic Spaces 

      Olley, James (University of Waterloo, 2008-05-06)
      As found in modern art and architecture during the 1950’s and 1960’s, North Americans were conditioned through advertising and media to adopt modernism as a new and better way of life. Modernist styles such as Abstract ...
    • forms of relief 

      Pearson, Sara (University of Waterloo, 2022-01-19)
      I am calling this paper, and the body of work that it supports: forms of relief. The word relief has a couple of meanings: in the sculptural sense, the Latin root word relievo means to “raise or to lighten”, visually ...
    • Four Corners Gateway 

      Martinello, Linda Clementina (University of Waterloo, 2012-05-09)
      Though an installation, the exhibition Four Corners Gateway, examines how history and memory construct us as individuals and construct our national and personal identities and worldviews. All such constructions are ultimately ...
    • Fragmenting the Landscape 

      Roznowski, Joanna (University of Waterloo, 2008-05-09)
      My paintings are done from my memory of nature experienced at different moments in time and place in Canada and Europe, discovered during my frequent travels. Colour, light, movement, smell and sound recalled in memory, ...
    • Galore: And Exhibition of Drawings 

      Born, Shauna (University of Waterloo, 2012-05-18)
      'Galore' is a series of drawings that celebrate the urge to reproduce and multiply ‘beauty’. Working from a collection of appropriated photographs, I have produced a suite of small-scale ballpoint pen drawings that explore ...
    • The Gesture and the Drip 

      Breton, Nicholas (University of Waterloo, 2013-05-22)
      The Gesture and the Drip investigates our increasing reliance on digital media as a means to encounter and view art works online as photographic documentation. This body of work attempts to place significance on the human ...
    • Heavy as a Cloud 

      Williams, Amber Lee (University of Waterloo, 2022-08-18)
      Heavy as a Cloud is a collection of phenomena that alludes to the fragility and transience of life; clouds drifting away, waves rolling in, flowers fading in the sun, a lingering fragrance, and crumbling sandcastles. Using ...
    • I Have No Home But Me 

      HU, WANZHI (BRUBEY) (University of Waterloo, 2020-05-15)
      I Have No Home But Me explores themes of home and duality through personal narratives embedded in my paintings and artists’ books. A duality that exists within a body does not necessarily exist as a pair of oppositions. ...
    • In Places Rarely Seen 

      Blackburn, Jordan (University of Waterloo, 2021-05-25)
      In Places Rarely Seen is an interdisciplinary exhibition bringing together print installation, video, photography, sound and text. This thesis exhibition considers my own shifting perception of what Nature is and how I ...
    • Instruments 

      Nelson, Sasha Lee (University of Waterloo, 2010-08-11)
      The Instruments installation represents the superimposition of two systems. The marketed elements that comprise the hegemony exerted by commodity culture are placed on top of the occult qabalistic Tree of Life. This ...
    • An Interior 

      Lincoln, Jessica (University of Waterloo, 2017-04-27)
      The work An Interior is a painted room. It grew from the proposition, ‘What if I painted wallpaper?’ This proposition is related to my ongoing interest in the psychological and social functions of decor and labour spent ...
    • Is There No One In The World Who Can Fly 

      Marie, Dyan (University of Waterloo, 2010-05-06)
      The exhibition Is There No One in the World Who Can Fly? consists of three connected bodies of works. Life On Earth is a series of photo-performances exhibited on digital screens. Some of the images are still others are ...
    • The Jackalope in the Room 

      Green, Megan Anastasia (University of Waterloo, 2014-04-29)
      The Jackalope in the Room is an installation of sculptural and found objects that have been altered or contextualized in a way that conflates strangeness with normality. Many of the items in the installation were given as ...
    • JunkDrawerPhantomDressUpSoirée 

      Prousky, Lauren (University of Waterloo, 2019-04-30)
      This exhibition analyzes the archive as a malleable tool for art making through the creation of a personal archive comprised of concepts for images that were then used to construct various projects over a two-year period. ...
    • LOCATE/DISLOCATE: An Exhibition of Haiku Videos 

      Carney, J. Colin (University of Waterloo, 2009-05-06)
      My work is concerned with perception and presentness. Using digital video I am employing a notion of “perceptualism” put forward by artist Jack Chambers. Acknowledging HD television and high speed internet, this work ...
    • A Many Splendored Thing 

      Bush, Stephanie (University of Waterloo, 2007-05-18)
      A Many Splendored Thing is a summation of my artistic production during my masters.
    • The Maturity Playground 

      Quagliotto, Nathalie (University of Waterloo, 2009-05-21)
      Within the context of relational art, the ongoing series, Maturity Playground, incorporates pre-fabricated playground components used as sculptural material. The use of slides, swings, trampolines, and merry-go-rounds has ...
    • The Museum of Me (MoMe) 

      Overhill, Heidi Ellis (University of Waterloo, 2009-04-27)
      In this project, Heidi Overhill explores her own home as a case study of the roles played by objects in the expression of self; as a microcosm of meaning in material culture. By examining her different kinds of collections ...

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