Title of Abstract

What If We Were No More Than A Commodity

Submitting Student(s)

Georgia HowardFollow

Faculty Mentor

One WU mentor: Claudia O'Steen, M.F.A.; osteenc@winthrop.edu

College

College of Visual and Performing Arts

Department

Fine Arts

Faculty Mentor

Claudia O'Steen, M.F.A.

Abstract

The project What If We Were No More Than A Commodity uses a combination of printmaking and sculpture to explore the idea of a parallel universe where the roles of humans and light sources switch places. Through this work I create screen prints that are printed on paper as well as fabric. The sculptural element is smaller in scale with their own stands for the possibility to be placed anywhere in the gallery. Designs and colors are shared between the prints and fabric to make the work more cohesive.

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What If We Were No More Than A Commodity

The project What If We Were No More Than A Commodity uses a combination of printmaking and sculpture to explore the idea of a parallel universe where the roles of humans and light sources switch places. Through this work I create screen prints that are printed on paper as well as fabric. The sculptural element is smaller in scale with their own stands for the possibility to be placed anywhere in the gallery. Designs and colors are shared between the prints and fabric to make the work more cohesive.