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Within perspective: Re-tracing Renaissance art history through deconstructive methods and retrospective vision
This Master's thesis intends to examine several historiographical dialogues concerning the use of linear perspective during the Renaissance period. Furthermore, by introducing specific deconstructivist theories of Jacques ...
"…ce dangereux supplément…" and Die Aufgabe des Übersetzers: Two musical examinations of language and translation
This project consists of two vocal compositions, each of which situate examinations of linguistic elements in musical contexts. The first, "...ce dangereux supplément...", for solo voice with optional electronics and video, ...
Surveying the damage: Political aesthetics of violence after Abu Ghraib
From the outstretched hands of an injured Haitian girl who reaches toward the camera to the thumbs up of a U.S. interrogator who stands over the naked body of a detainee, we are inundated, today, with politicized images ...
Subtracting the spectator: Antitheatricality, the real of revolution, and the political ontology of avant-garde theater
Subtracting the Spectator: Antitheatricality, the Real of Revolution, and the Political Ontology of Avant-Garde Theater examines the political stakes of avant-garde theater artists' ongoing struggle to reinvent the play-text ...
Sound and silence, about the complex monad: Study on John Cage, Myung Mi Kim, and Leslie Scalapino
"Forming Sonic Space Building Complex Monad of Us Well-Beings" This research aims to reveal the problems of conventional dyadic ideas in regards to sound and proposes the unity of the dyadic opposites. The ground structure ...
Sublime responsibilities: Form as ethic
This dissertation addresses the formal value of works of art (poetry, visual art, film, and music) in terms of ethical concepts after Emmanuel Levinas, Martin Heidegger, Jacques Derrida, Gilles Deleuze, Frederick Nietzsche ...