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Author: Metté, Megan
Abstract: [ ] explores the socially constructed notions surrounding a house and a home and those things that are necessary in order to feel at home in the world. As a way to process the feelings associated with being the child of a broken home, I reconfigure the rooms of various houses in an attempt to escape my reality, and enter into an ideal dream space. Both my photographic and video works explore how utopian architecture and the American dream have in some ways influenced my concept of the ideal and my process of making these dreams. In the end, the dream space has many imperfections, proof that even in dreaming we can't escape our past.
Record URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1850/14760
Date: 2011-11-18

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