What does life look like? If you had to condense your life into a series of words, what would they say? What about objects; what would they be? What do we keep with us, and why do we keep it? What do we document and catalog throughout our lives? What does memory look like? How are our memories connected to this documentation, and what happens when we leave a space in which so many of our memories lived? Re/Vision is a body of work created over the span 10 months that explores the idea of memory, and the fallacy of memory. The work aims to visually represent the ways in which memories fade, fail, change, and remain over the years.
Prof. Alain Blunt, Thesis Advisor
Prof. Amy Lovera, Committee Member
Dr. Andrés David Montenegro Rosero, Committee Member
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Original document was submitted as an Honors Program requirement. Copyright is held by the author.
Johansen-Hewitt, Emma. (2019). Re/vision: An Artistic Exploration of the Fallacy of Memory. In BSU Honors Program Theses and Projects. Item 377. Available at: https://vc.bridgew.edu/honors_proj/377
Copyright © 2019 Emma Johansen-Hewitt