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Date of Award

3-30-2018

Document Type

Thesis and Dissertation-ISU Access Only

Degree Name

Master of Fine Arts (MFA)

Department

School of Art

First Advisor

Brian Franklin

Abstract

I build listening rooms that focus on small audiences, intimate performance, and high-fidelity sound. The specificity of installation art allows me to craft a listening experience with far more control than a concert atmosphere through the use of self-designed and built speaker systems, for which my compositions are tailored. This paper outlines my practice as a visual artist and musician. It serves to provide context and insight into my visual and sonic decisions.

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Imported from ProQuest Paluczak_ilstu_0092N_11169.pdf

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Page Count

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