Title page for ETD etd-0417102-132600

Type of Document Master's Thesis
Author Saluti, Andrew Jay
Author's Email Address andrew@functionalpress.com
URN etd-0417102-132600
Title Human Heir
Degree Master of Fine Arts (M.F.A.)
Department Art
Advisory Committee
Advisor Name Title
Kimberly Arp Committee Chair
Ed Smith Committee Member
Gregg Elliott Committee Member
Rod Parker Committee Member
Tom Neff Committee Member
  • mechanism
  • lego man
  • humanity
  • anvil
Date of Defense 2002-03-29
Availability unrestricted
Human heir catalogues the mechanism as living being through character and interaction. The life of basic machines such as hand tools and anvils is characterized by the interaction with other mechanical forms and the collaboration with their creator, the human machine. The concepts of function, personality, relevance, and existence are observed on seemingly lifeless elements, and the simplicity of the human mechanism is explored.
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