Static Bustle: Patterns Achieved Through Repetitive Processes (Artists Statement)

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Static Bustle is a gradute work that explores relationships between visual art and sound through experiments with new and traditional media, including sound, video, digital images prints and fibers. Through strategic processes of layering and repetition, the researcher seamlessly unifies this remarkable range of media into an accessible and cohesive vision. Overall, this research shows visual and sonic pattern achieved through repetitive processes.

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Vogt, Jonathan C. May 2015.

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Static Bustle is a gradute work that explores relationships between visual art and sound through experiments with new and traditional media, including sound, video, digital images prints and fibers. Through strategic processes of layering and repetition, the researcher seamlessly unifies this remarkable range of media into an accessible and cohesive vision. Overall, this research shows visual and sonic pattern achieved through repetitive processes.

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Static Bustle is a gradute work that explores relationships between visual art and sound through experiments with new and traditional media, including sound, video, digital images prints and fibers. Through strategic processes of layering and repetition, the researcher seamlessly unifies this remarkable range of media into an accessible and cohesive vision. Overall, this research shows visual and sonic pattern achieved through repetitive processes.

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Vogt, Jonathan C. Static Bustle: Patterns Achieved Through Repetitive Processes (Artists Statement), thesis, May 2015; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc505751/: accessed April 22, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .