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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...
This project will examine the role of design and technology in home spaces in the Northern part of Canada. It will explore the reciprocal relationship between mental health and Interior design. Recent research has demonstrated that individuals' well-being remains constant when both physical and...
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...
The paintings and drawings in my thesis exhibition are about anomie, anxiety, and the inevitable confusion that results from the collapse and breakdown of ideological systems. In this work I am looking at the breakdown of bourgeois ideology in North America and its conflicting attachment to “The...
This project-based thesis examines how formal choices impact visual communication as mediated through human experience. Each of my steel sculptures begins as disparate elements that are found, made or manipulated. These elements are collaged together through both additive and reductive processes...