A treatise on individualism in the modern world, this thesis focuses on the struggle against media’s monopolization of thought and culture. With the ever apparent entity of marketing within daily life, our culture is under the constant influence and scrutiny of advertising agencies and various other media interests. A commodified culture, available only to those who can afford it, threatens to drive individuals farther and farther from social interaction, interpersonal communication, and the ability to think both critically and independently.
This installation represents a continuation of my studio practice. For seven days I transformed the gallery into my work space culminating with my oral defense. From the point of my presentation the gallery and my work rested in a place of suspended ani
The following thirty Stack Collages represent a majority of the individual pieces created within the gallery space. Through the negation of information within the stacks the viewer is only privy to a small amount of visible accessibility to the content.