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This thesis serves as a means to explore and analyze interests and anxieties that pertain to my art practice. Specifically, I am describing histories, practices, languages and understandings, while attempting to order them in a new form of communication.
In the first two chapters, I deal with concepts such as bad painting, scenography, and ambience. In addition to the works produced at the beginning of my graduate studies, I also examine my solo exhibition and participation in the graduation show at Nylo. In the third chapter, I consider my perception and experiences with theoretic works and document how this perception has evolved.
While I have focused on a certain level of traditional aspects of painterly and spatial practices, my primary area of interest is subjectivities and frameworks. I am striving to engage with and frame a number of formal and conceptual issues relating to my practice, and to articulate where my work is currently situated.
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