The SAIC Thesis Repository is a digital archive of recent, print theses produced by the students of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Beginning in November 2013, new theses are digitized as they are received by the library. Works in this repository can be read online from any location on the SAIC campus. Theses cannot be printed or copied from this repository, nor can texts be read off campus. (Only descriptive information and abstracts are available for browsing by outside visitors.) Archival paper copies of theses are kept in the SAIC/AIC libraries.
This project explores the topic of memory and its place in contemporary art. The project will address the topic in three sections: An essay, a short audio project, and an artists book. The essay begin... Read more
"This book contains multiple creative and critical writings and images that examine the various manifestations of failure. It consists of and images printed in photo-lithography, five etchings, f... Read more
This thesis explores the parallels between the processes of making cloth, clothing and essay. It is largely image based and includes images of handwoven cloth, physical samples of handwoven and jacqua... Read more
This thesis utilizes a heuristic and autoethnographic art-based model of research to investigate the artistic and therapeutic potential of using environments as material in art therapy practice. My re... Read more
This thesis explores the use of artists' books as physical structures to process and contain difficult experiences and emotions. Before beginning this art-based journey, I reviewed relevant liter... Read more