DOI

10.17077/etd.o05rd71z

Document Type

Thesis

Date of Degree

Spring 2016

Access Restrictions

Access restricted until 07/13/2019

Degree Name

MFA (Master of Fine Arts)

Degree In

Film and Video Production

First Advisor

Gibisser, Michael

First Committee Member

Livingston, Jason

Second Committee Member

Voyce, Stephen

Third Committee Member

Ungar, Steven

Abstract

My thesis work explores the visual space of the screen by taking the form of the Sierpinski Sieve, providing a cinematic work that works to be the experience of itself.

Public Abstract

My thesis work explores the visual space of the screen by taking the form of the Sierpinski Sieve, providing a cinematic work that works to be the experience of itself. This written supplement to the film Light Angle Sieve seeks to work as a journaling of the process of making the work, a document of my mind space during a hot summer spent under lights. As an artist, I cannot claim to understand my finished work any more than a viewer might and hope in every way to speak only so far as to say: “Please do not listen to me, but to my work.”

Pages

vi, 26 pages

Copyright

Copyright © 2016 Timothy David Orme

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