The Resource The Interval of Mystery : What We Know In Our Bones, Jennifer Viviano

The Interval of Mystery : What We Know In Our Bones, Jennifer Viviano

Label
The Interval of Mystery : What We Know In Our Bones
Title
The Interval of Mystery
Title remainder
What We Know In Our Bones
Statement of responsibility
Jennifer Viviano
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Viviano presents a personal exploration of inherent knowledge and relationships to the world. She questions the ways in which human culture has limited its possibilities in communication and valuable knowledge exchange. Through discovery, the artist recognizes a hubris in thinking-that there is one, perceived way of knowing the world, therefore resulting in a socially and politically fractured state for humanity and ultimately, isolation as a species. Viviano writes about the human condition and creates accompanying objects as a way of knowing and pointing to how embodiment and emplacement, supports an understanding of what it means to be human. She draws from geological materials, to ground the audience and herself, as the maker. The objects are made for an inside space, drawing attention to an interior encounter. Vivano creates a contemplative experience, suggesting that our relationship with earthly materials combined with archetypal, sacred forms, is a way to face the unknown
Member of
Cataloging source
OQX
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Viviano, Jennifer
Dissertation note
Thesis (M.F.A. A.C.&D.)--Oregon College of Art & Craft and Pacific Northwest College of Art and Craft, 2017.
Illustrations
photographs
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • bibliography
  • theses
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  • Applied Craft and Design Capstone
  • Installations (Art)
  • Interactive art
  • Experiential Art
Label
The Interval of Mystery : What We Know In Our Bones, Jennifer Viviano
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • "A thesis submitted to the Pacific Northwest College of Art and the Oregon College of Art and Craft in partial fulfillment of the requirements for a Master of Fine Arts degree in Applied Craft and Design"
  • Crystal Schenk, Ellen Fortin, Martha Schlitt, Heidi Schwegler
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
Abstract -- Introduction -- Logos/Mythos -- Aetiology/Doxa -- Heuristics/Aestesis -- Theoria/Praxis -- Methodos -- Techne/Poeisis -- Paradox -- List of Illustrations -- Bibliography -- Endnotes
Dimensions
28 cm.
Extent
26 pgs
Other physical details
7 ill.
System control number
  • 3112151
  • 3112151
Label
The Interval of Mystery : What We Know In Our Bones, Jennifer Viviano
Publication
Note
  • "A thesis submitted to the Pacific Northwest College of Art and the Oregon College of Art and Craft in partial fulfillment of the requirements for a Master of Fine Arts degree in Applied Craft and Design"
  • Crystal Schenk, Ellen Fortin, Martha Schlitt, Heidi Schwegler
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
Abstract -- Introduction -- Logos/Mythos -- Aetiology/Doxa -- Heuristics/Aestesis -- Theoria/Praxis -- Methodos -- Techne/Poeisis -- Paradox -- List of Illustrations -- Bibliography -- Endnotes
Dimensions
28 cm.
Extent
26 pgs
Other physical details
7 ill.
System control number
  • 3112151
  • 3112151

Library Locations

    • Oregon College of Art & CraftBorrow it
      8245 SW Barnes Rd, Portland, OR, 97225-9019, US
      45.511268 -122.762127
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