Master's Thesis


Interiors is a photographic body of work that investigates interior spaces and the layered interactions that exist within the built environment. By analyzing the architectural, metaphorical, and psychological conditions of place as it relates to the human psyche, I construct detailed diorama sets illustrating fictional worlds that represent altered perceptions of inhabitable spaces. The psychology of space is defined by light, color, and transitions in architecture, and through the genre of constructed photography and the use of the miniature, I aim to bring an emotional and reflective experience to the viewer.


Attribute NameValues
Author Melonie-Auburn Mulkey
Contributor James M. Collins, Committee Member
Contributor Martina Lopez, Research Director
Contributor Robin F. Rhodes, Committee Member
Degree Level Master's Thesis
Degree Discipline Art, Art History, and Design
Degree Name Master of Fine Arts
Banner Code

Submission Date 2019-04-04
Record Visibility Public
Content License
  • All rights reserved

Departments and Units
Catalog Record


Please Note: You may encounter a delay before a download begins. Large or infrequently accessed files can take several minutes to retrieve from our archival storage system.