Between Something and Nothing: Phenomenological Light Studies

Master's Thesis
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Abstract

This thesis is an exploration of the relationships between light, space, and perception. Influenced by phenomenology, the study of how first person experience structures consciousness, this work examines how the body navigates, and is impacted by, everyday interactions of light and space.

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URN
  • etd-04152015-233456

Author Allison Olivia Evans
Advisor Richard Gray
Contributor Richard Gray, Committee Chair
Contributor Jean Dibble, Committee Member
Contributor Jason Lahr, Committee Member
Degree Level Master's Thesis
Degree Discipline Art, Art History and Design
Degree Name MFA
Defense Date
  • 2015-04-13

Submission Date 2015-04-15
Country
  • United States of America

Subject
  • light art

  • site-specific installation

  • poetics of space

  • video projection

  • simulation

  • reality

  • experience

  • gaston bachelard

  • maurice merleau-ponty

  • space

  • photography

  • phenomenology of perception

  • material agency

  • trace

Publisher
  • University of Notre Dame

Language
  • English

Record Visibility and Access Public
Content License
  • All rights reserved

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