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Walking the Wexner: Experiencing Deconstruction
As an example of deconstructivist architecture, Peter Eisenman’s Wexner Center revolves around a particularly nuanced question of meaning. Specifically, the building’s significance is not static but lies in an ever-changing ...
The Last Column: Impacts on and Significance to the Visual Narrative of 9/11
The Last Column, the final steel beam removed from Ground Zero, is the centerpiece of the 9/11 Memorial and Museum in New York. This paper demonstrates the Last Column’s significance in the visual narrative of the September ...
Socially Engaged Art in the Public Sphere
The Gorilla in the Room
Stuyvesant Town: Evaluating the Beneficiaries and Victims of an Act of Urban Renewal for the Middle Class
My thesis offers a critical analysis of Stuyvesant Town, a housing development built in New York City in 1947. At this time, Stuyvesant Town was the largest redevelopment housing project ever built in the United States and ...
Artist and Curator: An Exploration of the Impact of Digital Media in Museums Through Media Art, Surveillance, and Selfies
Artist and Curator: An Exploration of the Impact of Digital Media in Museums Through Media Art, Surveillance, and Selfies is the accompanying exhibition catalogue to the Movement Series installation presented by me, Jenna ...