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Translating the Animal Public Deposited

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  • My thesis in Environmental Arts and Humanities concerned the idea of animal language, as well as other posthuman ideas around animality and indistinction. I also explored virtual space as it relates to human identity, our notions of reality and perception, and the way contemporary digital artists approach animal subjectivity in their work. I made this book to accompany my thesis show. The exhibit took place in the East Campus Greenhouse on June 1, 2018. There was a curated show of digital animation artists from all over the world who work with the idea of the animal and animal language, two sound installations and a room with an interactive Second Life projection. Inside Second Life, there was a reproduction of the greenhouses on the virtual OSU campus and it was streamed into the room. The book also includes an essay about my motivations for the show along with many pages of quotations relating to my thesis, bios of the curated artists, stills of their work and documentation of the installations. The PDF is hyperlinked to all the artists and groups involved with the show.
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  • East Greenhouse 
Map of Exhibit 
Curator/Artist Statement 
The Raven Speaks 
Translating the Animal (video) 
Translating the Animal (sound) 
Second Life 
Listening Circles
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