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|Title:||Visual Archaeology: Artifacts of the Past, Present, and Future.|
|Abstract:||Visual archeology is the name I have given to the style of artwork I make. This paper explores visual archeology, and explains it through a combination of Autoethnography, and examining artists such as Jeff Koonz, Andy Warhal, Bill Viola. These artists are used as evidence that this type of artwork has existed for some time in one form or another. The support paper is written as a narrative to mirror the use of narrative in the actual thesis exhibition. For this reason, the paper itself is less of a support document to the thesis exhibition, and instead another artwork that belongs with the exhibition.|
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|ucalgary_2015_hoekstra_derrick.pdf||main thesis support document||14.63 MB||Adobe PDF||View/Open|
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