Date of Graduation
Master of Fine Arts in Art (MFA)
Second Committee Member
Third Committee Member
Art, Light, Perception, Photography, Time
Intervals investigates the complexities of visual perception, using the camera as a tool to document time and light. The photograph is a restricted experience dually existing as a physical impression of light onto a surface and a fixed representation that makes light tangible. Using time and light as my subject and ritualistic gathering as my methodology, I explore the complexities of control and perception as they relate to photography. I collect images of everyday occurrences; and then use those as material to both compress and expand time. I do this to interrupt our understanding of it. Documenting time through mundane moments creates room for viewers to spend time looking at and understanding how light can be perceived and represented in unexpected ways.
Bonagura, N. (2020). Intervals. Theses and Dissertations Retrieved from https://scholarworks.uark.edu/etd/3602