AuthorKrause, Janelle Lorraine
AdvisorZielinski, Angela M.
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PublisherThe University of Arizona.
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AbstractI believe art should express things which cannot be easily or entirely explored with words. For me, memory and unconscious mental processes are such matters. Memory is imperfect and impermanent, yet it greatly influences our day-to-day decisions. My memories of fiber art, altered and nostalgic, set me on my path to weaving and the pursuit of fine art. Silent like snowfall: A Retrospective on Memory and Self, explores the memories and concepts behind Silent like snowfall, a woven installation which creates the theoretical space in our minds which houses remnants of memories.
Degree ProgramGraduate College