Date of Award
Master of Fine Arts (MFA)
© 2017 Laura M. Wilde
My work investigates the role and dynamic of society, culture, and familial influence on the masculinity and femininity within our individuality. It specifically deals with my on going discovery of the masculine side of my personality, and how the feminine roll is influenced, or not influenced, by this. I have been applying Jungian psychology and the theory of individuation, archetypes, and so forth, to my process. I have made several bodies of work in a quest to understand the fundamental roles that femininity and masculinity have affected my choices and individual understanding. Documenting old and new relationships, I make puppets, create installations, write dialogues, journal, and also collaborate, investigating through dating, family, and friendships.
wilde, laura, "Gas Lamps" (2017). CGU MFA Theses. 148.
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Art Practice Commons, Experimental Analysis of Behavior Commons, Fiction Commons, Nonfiction Commons
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