Campus Only Senior Thesis
Bachelor of Science
© 2014 Allison Schubauer
In the last half-century, a number of artists have chosen to abandon notions of good taste, skill, and aesthetics in the field of drawing in order to investigate and critique our social and cultural landscape. Two very different approaches have been taken to accomplish this – the use of humor, borrowing from the format of comics; and confessional art, in which the artist ostensibly lays themselves bare in order to act as a mirror for the viewer. In my senior thesis project, I explored these two forms of drawing in relation to my own life and identified institutional (within the Claremont Colleges) and larger cultural threads within my work.
Schubauer, Allison, "From Screen to Paper to the Gallery Walls: Comic and Confessional Drawing in the Digital Age" (2015). Scripps Senior Theses. 581.
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