The thesis describes the artist's sculptural exhibition, Breeding Contempt, a body of work that explores the artist's struggle for individuation and creative empowerment, against the restrictions of a dysfunctional environment. The author details how she incorporates her life experiences into the thematic basis of this artwork, as well as the techniques used in the making of the sculptures.
Library of Congress Subject Headings
Sculpture--Themes, motives; Sculpture--Technique; Individuation (Psychology)--Pictorial works; Psychology and art; Body image in art; Creative ability
Lee, Amanda C., "Breeding Contempt" (2005). Thesis. Rochester Institute of Technology. Accessed from
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