AbstractThis practice-based PhD thesis examines the proposition that during early motherhood an artist can establish visual strategies for sustaining a creative identity to counteract the stereotypical role of a mother in the patriarchal society of Taiwan. The thesis comprises six artworks, consisting of photographic self-portraits and related boxes, within an installation, together with a written component and an Artist’s Book.
|Date of Award||2009|
Sustaining the creative identity of a Taiwanese artist during motherhood: a sequence of six artworks within an installation
Wang, H. (Author). 2009
Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis