Title

Hear You

Abstract

"Hear You" is a thesis that explores how my relationship with glass is used to discuss the connection and interaction between sound, shape, material, and surrounding things. I trace the origins of these interests related to my sensitive and introverted character since I was a child and how it has influenced my interests in communicating in unique visual and audible ways. This thesis links personal experience to scholarly research into sensory processing, high sensitivity personality traits, the concept of quiet, and the power of sound. "Hear You" concludes with an assessment of a body of work that merges interests in glass, sound, and interactivity to explore various ways in which the intersection of seeing and hearing can be used as tools for thinking about feeling.

Publication Date

4-19-2022

Document Type

Thesis

Student Type

Graduate

Degree Name

Glass (MFA)

Department, Program, or Center

School for American Crafts (CAD)

Advisor

David Schnuckel

Advisor/Committee Member

Denton Crawford

Advisor/Committee Member

Suzanne Peck

Campus

RIT – Main Campus

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