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|Title: ||How to build nothing|
|Authors: ||De Giorgio, Adrian|
|Issue Date: ||6-Jun-2016|
|Publisher: ||University of Sydney|
Sydney College of the Arts
|Abstract: ||This dissertation aims to elaborate on my interpretations of the areas of investigation I intuitively follow in my studio work. By exploring the ideas surrounding seriality, modularity and systematic generative strategies I hope to provide a historical and contemporary context for my work. Within this broad field of enquiry is a central interest in non-objective work with conceptual and metaphysical concerns that utilise painting, drawing and sculpture to explore
internal states through material interactions, phenomenological effects and the infinite plasticity of painting.
This body of written research is personally significant in both informing and extending my practice through a greater understanding of its historical context and position contemporaneously. It is also valuable in supporting my practice of intuitively experimental and playful repetition, from which I am evolving a personal visual language through ordering systems and generative rule sets.|
|Type of Work: ||Masters Thesis|
|Type of Publication: ||Master of Fine Arts M.F.A.|
|Appears in Collections:||Sydney Digital Theses (Open Access)|
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