Honors Program

Fine and Performing Arts Honors

Date of Award

12-2012

Thesis Professor(s)

Jonathan Hounshell

Thesis Professor Department

Engineering Technology, Surveying, and Digital Media

Thesis Reader(s)

Jim Livingston

Abstract

Everyday we find ourselves making hundreds of decisions, often without noticing the relevance of even the most miniscule choice that can grow and form into a life altering state of mind. The human brain is the most elaborately complex structure in existence, enabling us to be able to function and comprehend our surroundings. With complexity, also comes malfunctions, which will inevitably occur occasionally ranging in a wide variety of defects from mental illnesses, to super genius abilities. What a certain individual may see as reality, may be completely opposite of the reality you or I see. This poses the question, who decides which reality is true?

This paper contains documentation of my research and process through writing and performing an original short film confronting observations that we all experience in our daily lives in the form of a very extreme circumstance that will attempt to force a new way of thinking about what ties us all together as a species, despite our many unique and diverse perceptions. "Metamorphosis" was shown November 30th, 2012 as a short film. To coincide with the film, a promotional website was made to accompany the piece, as well as graphics.

Document Type

Honors Thesis - Open Access

Copyright

Copyright by the authors.

Included in

Fine Arts Commons

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