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  • 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...

  • 2020-01-23

    Anna Chakravorty

    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...

  • 2017-12-19

    Carson Wronko

    Canadiana: Wilderness Weirdness provides a distinctive design through form, detail and handcraft. The practice of object making utilizes traditional pairings of domestic materials with traditional and contemporary manufacturing processes, resulting in objects that reference the Canadian...

  • 2017-01-16

    Adrian Emberley

    My work is about the exploration of everyday-life, colour and the imagination. Making paintings is my way of understanding the dynamic and ever-changing sociological, cultural, and digital fabric of North American society. My practice involves creating a poetic network of images that utilize a...

  • 2016-06-07

    Andrew C. Hellmund, Peter Hide (Supervisor)

    My sculptures encourage the viewer to project their own experiences onto the work, to question the facts of visual existence with the engagement of movement, form, and texture. While I draw immense inspiration from Swing dance, Jazz music, Cubist forms, and Modernist Sculpture (including works by...

  • 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...

  • 2019-09-09

    Hanks, Daniel

    Inspired by principles of sustainable design, slow design, and minimalism, this thesis support document and the accompanying gallery exhibition titled Consumplation contain concepts that aim to improve the human condition while balancing individual, socio-cultural and environmental needs. This...

  • 2020-03-01

    Adrienne Dagg

    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...

  • 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...

  • 2017-02-22

    Miriam Rudolph

    disPOSSESSION is a body of work that explores the accumulation of wealth of few and the displacement of many with a focus on the expansion of soy and beef production, ensuing environmental, social, and economic consequences, as well as connected indigenous land rights and peasant food sovereignty...

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