• 9 to 5 feces on fart and crass : subverting society's segregative structures 

    Loving, Brandon (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2016)
    In resistance to oligarchical structures, which deny access and influence nearly every aspect of our society, I've created an inventory of work, which utilizes and embraces archetypes and pop culture motifs as a means to ...
  • False sense of care 

    Sandbothe, Mary Margaret (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2016)
    False Sense of Care is the thesis exhibition by Mary Margaret Sandbothe. The exhibition incorporated two bodies of work titled, Ideal Queers comprised of large format digitally printed cross-stitch simulations on cotton ...
  • Realizing the unknown through ritual objects 

    Gable, Marni L. (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2016)
    The realization that we must interact with the unknown on a daily basis can be confounding. We constantly encounter evidence that mystery pervades our existence. Through the experience of births, deaths, and our own personal ...
  • State of flux 

    Arndt, Kait (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2016)
    This thesis is a formal discussion of the conceptual elements within the body of work presented in my MFA Thesis Exhibition: State of Flux. The works are based on the concept of the ideal grid; however, the grid I create ...
  • Supremus 

    Markworth, Jeffrey (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2016)
    My work is an example of how humans create resurrection mythologies as a response to death. Resurrection is a memorial, which not only functions as a remembrance of a person, but also serves as a process of understanding ...