Portland State University. Department of Art
Term of Graduation
Date of Publication
Master of Arts (MA)
Installations (Art), Art, Modern -- 20th century
1 online resource (43 pages)
My work was presented in the form of an installation. Using three and two-dimensional objects, as well as sound and light, I created a site specific type of installation. Materials involved in this project were hydrostone, plaster, steel and copper. The sound I recorded on my steel sculptures in an acoustic space and then mixed to create sound compositions to amplify the feeling for the space. This installation reflects my pursuits in painting and sculpture, as well as my interest in music and light effects. Its philosophical and spiritual content were expressed through visual language, symbolic use of elements and its number and performance part by an actor Johnny Stallings.
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Rupniewski, Adam Wieslaw, "The Theory of Nothing" (1998). Dissertations and Theses. Paper 6393.