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Date of Award
Master of Fine Arts (MFA)
As an artist, I work in a dynamical, nonlinear system. Each finished art work can best be described as a strange attractor in my system. The number of variables that lead to my art have increased over the years and could best be described as a Butterfly Effect equal to the annual migration of Monarchs to Mexico. My art changes and grows every day. The things I learn about past works are ever expanding. Even the seemingly simple task of writing an artist statement can cover only a single point in time and space, with the Butterfly Effect kicking in to change the statement the next day.
Workman, Stephen, "Strange Attractions" (1997). Master's Theses. 2664.
Copyright 1997 Stephen Workman