AuthorFriedman, Devyn Irene
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PublisherThe University of Arizona.
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AbstractThe production of self is a complex process of discovery. In my thesis, I draw from the idea that landscapes have meaning for different people. I use images of the two places that have defined me as a scholar and an artist: California and Guatemala. In my work, I am interested in place as a function of memory; to me, thinking back to iconic images and where I spent a lot of time is more important than representing places as they "actually" are. In my thesis, these defining landscapes fuse together, weaving a complex fabric of my identity.
Degree ProgramHonors College