Installation Shot of “Hand-Wrought”, 2014. Mixed Media.
I’m thrilled to announce that my visual thesis is finally installed in the Reed Gallery for the DAAPWorks 2014 Exhibition! “Hand-Wrought”, 2014, Mixed Media, is a work that delves into repetitive thought, and a desire to change the past. Through the usage of repetitive action and video, I portray the thought process that occurs in recalling a memory, and replaying the sequence in order for some sort of change to occur. The work also discusses the idea of finding and creating comfort through any means and materials possible.
“Hand-Wrought”, 2014. Mixed Media.
This work will be on display starting April 22nd from 5-9PM during the DAAPWorks Opening 2014. If you’re in the Greater Cincinnati area or close to the University of Cincinnati, please stop by and show your support to the graduating seniors!
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“Tortuous”, 2014. Knit Extension Cord.
The last few weeks have been rather busy due to the finishing of the semester, travels, and studio time. However, during all the hustle and bustle, I was able to have my work that was fabricated in the last few weeks photographed! You’ll find new works, varying in both scale and medium, under the Sculpture tab and Woobie Art tab.
Thank you so much for following my work thus far! Please, if you have any questions, feel free to email me under the Contact tab. You’ll also be able to find my resume, and my most recent thesis on my site, so feel free to look at those also.
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In Process Shot of Senior Thesis Work: “Hand-Wrought“, 2014.
In the link below, you will find the final writings of my Senior Thesis from the University of Cincinnati’s Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning Program. Please, take some time to look over this document, as it explains my body of work over the last two years. It also will give you some insight on the photo above, “Hand-Wrought”, my visual thesis project. Thank you to all of those who have followed so closely! It has been a lovely journey through the DAAP Program, and I’m very much looking forward to the journey that starts through this summer, Penland, and at Cranbrook Academy of Art.
Mackinley Motzer Final Thesis