• The art of persuasion: critiquing China's new middle class by multi-perspective storytelling mode 

    Zhou, Ming, 1977- (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2009)
    My work is a critique of China's New Middle Class's tasteless manners. They blindly mimic Western culture and neglect our own traditional culture's spiritual aspects. I attempt to cross the boundaries of different cultures, ...
  • Artifacts and fantasy 

    Kientzel, Paula (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2007)
    Memory like emotions, cannot be experienced in the past. It may be experienced only in the present. These are representations that form our perceptions of the past, present and future. Most individuals have a tendency to ...
  • Contextus ad absurdum 

    Paullus, J. Sloane Snure, 1981- (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2010)
    Using clashing fields of referents, an ornate, mystical aesthetic, printmaking, PowerPoint, and glitter, this creative research fuses Baroque and Modernist conventions. Contextus ad Absurdum is a critical celebration of ...
  • The fragility of knowledge 

    Erlinger, Curtis (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2005)
    In this exhibition of assemblage sculpture works, I incorporate fragmented elements and light projectors to simultaneously convey an objectification of knowledge and to evoke subjective aspects of our being beyond fragile ...
  • Objects of affection 

    Forys, Jessica (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2008)
    I have always been fascinated by the mystery in old things and the relationships that we form with the inanimate. Many people project emotional and psychological importance onto personal possessions. They are a source of ...