Dasteh-Gül

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This thesis was conducted remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic, encapsulating many of the processes, thoughts, and progress that have led up to the artist’s current animation practice. Ultimately, this thesis meditates on my progress through a 2-year MFA program and the evolution of a practice that bridges ‘traditional’ and modern storytelling mediums. The final animation thesis project tells the story of a woman born from a bewildering Wāḳwāḳ tree who stumbles through the gardens of divinity and misfortune. As a physical exhibition is not feasible at the time of writing, the thesis is left in a state of unforeseeable incompletion.
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28 pages
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2020-05
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Animation; Character Design; Comics; Experimental; Iranian American; Queer
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Park, Maria
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Vadera, Jaret
Torop, Daniel
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Art
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M.F.A., Art
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Master of Fine Arts
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dissertation or thesis
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