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Surreal Worlds: Sculptural Forms and the Architecture of the Unconscious

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Jason Stein (Creator)
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East Carolina University (ECU )
Web Site: http://www.ecu.edu/lib/

Abstract: Jason Stein. SURREAL WORLDS: SCULPTURAL FORMS AND THE ARCHITECTURE OF THE UNCONSCIOUS. (Under the direction of Linda Darty) The School of Art and Design, November 2010.  This written thesis supports the creative thesis entitled Surreal Worlds: Sculptural Forms and the Architecture of the Unconscious. This thesis is an exploration of the role of the found object in my creative process as a starting point dictated by the unconscious desires and experiential reality that define who I am and how I perceive the world. Using the found objects I have surrounded myself with as both starting points and units within actual pieces, I intend to create sculptural forms that illuminate the complex structures and topography of my mental landscape.  

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Date: 2010
Keywords
Art History, Fine Arts

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Surreal Worlds: Sculptural Forms and the Architecture of the Unconscioushttp://thescholarship.ecu.edu/bitstream/handle/10342/3176/Stein_ecu_0600M_10332.pdfThe described resource references, cites, or otherwise points to the related resource.