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  • 2017-12-13

    Meghan Pohlod

    On Being Without is an examination of trauma related to abandonment. I explore representations of the body by investigating interior and exterior space, questioning what happens when distressing memories are triggered by image, place and time. Normalization of trauma continues to be a major risk...

  • 2017-11-30

    Michelle Knox

    This research is a visual and empirical ethnography examining the design of clinical / semi-clinical locations of death, in relation to institutionalized dying in contemporary society. Through field observations at two palliative care sites in Alberta and interviews with end-of-life healthcare...

  • 2018-09-24

    Xin Lou

    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...

  • 2018-09-26

    Michiko Maruyama

    Background: There are many educational resources to teach the adult population about cardiovascular disease and living a “heart healthy” lifestyle, however, there are few resources that target the pediatric population. In fact, many of the pediatric educational resources are intended for the...

  • 2018-09-01

    Derek Jagodzinsky

    Modern Indigenous is the title of my thesis and is a brand development project that aims to incorporate Indigenous culture, values, symbols and traditional materials with twenty-first century design thinking and product development. Through this process a number of modernized product designs will...

  • 2018-09-26

    Sarah Michelle Jackson

    This Master of Design thesis project takes an experimental approach to exploring hermeneutic phenomenology—a practical philosophy that looks at understanding lived human experience through interpretative back-and-forth dialogue and storytelling—combined with a feminist and embodied research...

  • 2018-12-17

    Phoebe Todd-Parrish

    Like New is an exhibition of works that explores how objects embody our deepest emotional and psychological reserves, acting as both receptacles and markers of time and space. In these book works, prints, and installations, found (or rather “sought”) images, text, and objects are repeated and...

  • 2018-01-24

    Marino, Angela

    Diagnosed in 2009 with Multiple Sclerosis, my mother’s mental and physical health deteriorated at a rapid pace. The person who raised me was altered, becoming someone who was less confident in her abilities and saw her disease as a defeat. I grew to resent this new person, seeing her as the...

  • 2018-02-26

    Rebecca A. Thera

    lacuna discusses the aftermath of sexual violence and the systemic oppression of women’s experiences. Through art we can realize the shared experience of trauma and oppression, countering silence and isolation by engaging an ethics of care, belief, and empathy. As a rape survivor, I use my own...

  • 2018-02-21

    Madeline Mary Mackay

    Not Yet Earth examines the fluid boundaries between self, body and inanimate matter in the context of my own changing relationship with my body following illness. As it started to behave in ways that were damaging to me and that I had no control over, I had a visceral realisation that my body was...

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