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Spatial painting and the mutative perspective: how painting can breach spatial dimensions and transfer meaning through abstraction

Chaseling, Claudia

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My practice-led PhD research investigates the broadening of physical boundaries of the painting medium and inquires into the ways abstract, nonRrepresentational painting can communicate narratives that have a socioRpolitical meaning, namely, the radioactive contamination of depleted uranium munitions. It considers how painting can extend into space to affect the viewer's sense of two- and three-dimensional boundaries and convey specific socioRpolitical meaning as such. This inquiry has...[Show more]

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Date published: 2019
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1885/173735

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