• Banal: sculptural meditations on the unfamiliar 

    Leon Zamuco, Eric de (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2009)
    This creative research is about filtering my own displaced experience, of being part of the Filipino Diaspora. With Judeo-Christian spirituality as my lens I have created artworks that deal with the unfamiliar aspects of ...
  • Bite the hands that feed you: retrieving material discourse from industrial culture 

    Morrey, Christopher, 1968- (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2009)
    My sculpture uses industrial practices, drawing from material traditions in furniture and architecture to delve into areas of conflict between nature, and human industry and commerce. Bite the hands that feed you engages ...
  • Industry 

    Brown, Nancy Kim (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2010)
    Artists throughout the centuries have infused their art with their ideological outlook in order to persuade, educate or shock target audiences. Typically, these ideologies, revolve around religious and political systems. ...
  • A seven-letter word for art 

    Troolin, Eric (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2006)
    Our assumptions about our shared systems of thought and action are dangerously misleading, and our constructed reality must be questioned in order for us to exist as more than petty drones. My work incites this act of ...
  • Understanding gay cultures 

    Mueller, Mark A., 1965- (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2004)
    Perceptions of gay culture have changed dramatically over the last century. Before the Stonewall Riots of 1969, mainstream society chose not to acknowledge the existence of a gay sub-culture. The photographic works of ...
  • The undoing of the self: an artistic exploration 

    Wedel, Valerie A. (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2007)
    This creative research investigated the nature of interpersonal relationships through the lens of Theravada Buddhism and took the form of interactive video, performance and installation. Tangible materials, video projections ...