Graduation Year


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Open Access Senior Thesis

Degree Name

Bachelor of Arts


Language and Literature

Reader 1

Marc Katz

Reader 2

Hans J. Rindisbacher

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© 2007 Magdalene A. Brooke


The art on the Berlin Wall has been looked at often for its social and political meaning. Instead, I intend to look at the artwork and text which appeared on the Berlin Wall as art. In this paper I will discuss the formal aspects of the art on the Berlin Wall as well as its import as an example of public art and as a forum created through visual representation.


Submitted to Scripps College in partial fulfillment of the degree of Bachelor of Arts

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OCLC number: 549514790