Master's Theses (Art & Design)
Items in this Collection
- 2Heather Leier
- 2Kyle Terrence Appelt
- 2Morgan Wedderspoon
- 2Natalie Loveless: Supervisor
- 2Sean Caulfield, Supervisor
- 1Adam Slusar
The research I have encountered on topics of transgenerational trauma can largely be attributed to several groups who exist within the global majority and who have been victimised and harmed by white-bodied individuals and white systems of power. Research in transgenerational trauma has largely...
The relationship between ancient craft practices, “women’s work”, and technology is the primary focus of my artwork. Using the grid as a visual and conceptual link, I investigate the roots of modern technology in hand weaving practices. The structure of the grid can be traced back to the crossing...
This research project is concerned with enhancing identity and visibility for William Hawrelak Park, recognizing its pivotal role in connecting people, especially students, with the natural environment. As urban areas expand, people’s interaction with nature dwindles, affecting their...
With the rapid development speed of social and economic change, people are paying more and more attention to the health of themselves and their families. As a result, there is an increasing demand for health and rehabilitation services and technologies. Currently, the number of people living with...
“I am unpacking our library, yes I am. In borrowing this framework, ex post facto, from Walter Benjamin, I am not starting as he did, in the state of boxed and crated books—“not yet touched by the mild boredom of order”—but with the large and functioning library of the University of Alberta,...
We are at a pivotal turning point where technology can greatly contribute to global health. Technology is well-poised to transform how mental health treatment is delivered and accessed, but this transformation requires the combined support and involvement of developers, health care providers, and...
Our bodies are in a constant state of flux. Skin cells get recycled every few weeks, blood cells every few months, liver cells every two years. Over the course of a decade or so, every atom is replaced, and our bodies are made entirely new. Despite this, most of us feel that we are essentially...