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THESIS PROJECT

raising awareness in the hopes of providing a better understanding of dyslexics

 

A LITTLE ABOUT
MY THESIS PROJECT

My thesis project is a virtual installation exhibit displaying my hard work and motivation for receiving my Bachelors in Fine Arts Degree in Sculpture of Spring 2020. These 6 seven foot tall panels are plasma cut statements from myself and other people who struggle with dyslexia. The graffiti-like painted letters on the surface are created as a distraction for the viewer to struggle with reading the cut script. Struggling to read, the viewer feels how hard it is for a dyslexic person to read. The towering figures in this project represent how empowering and confident a dyslexic can become when they are assisted through their struggles.

CECELIA MOSELEY
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 INSTALLATION PHOTOS

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OUTDOOR INSTALLATION PHOTOS

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PICTURED: SCULPTURE TECHNICIAN SETH THIBODAUX & SCULPTURE PROFESSOR DURANT THOMPSON

 

ARTIST STATEMENT

 
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Script that is plasma cut into the panels
SCRIPT THAT IS PLASMA CUT INTO THE PANELS
 
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     Pictured: Professor Durant Thompson

 

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PROCESS IMAGES

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WORK IN PROGRESS
UNTITLED (12 X 37.5 X 6.5) STEEL SHEET, WOOD
WORK IN PROGRESS
TRANSPORTING WORK
MIG WELDING
FIGURES IN PROGRESS
LATE NIGHT WORKING AND COULDN'T BE HAPPIER
show cards (however, quarantine caused this event to not happen)