Wrought from clay and hardened by fire, the narrative sculptures which comprise this body of work are dualistic symbols of life’s brutality and nobility. The philosophical import of the opus is manifested through the convergence of material, process, and form—to instantiate truth and initiate analysis. In my interdisciplinary research, I have come to understand leviathan as an exceptional, universalizing symbol of life's duality and the locus of Man's potential for honorable distinction. I invoke the name in order to instigate reflection upon the concept of the world serpent as a symbolic representation of existential nuance.
Bachelor of Fine Arts (B.F.A.)
College of Arts and Humanities
School of Visual Arts and Design
Orlando (Main) Campus
Length of Campus-only Access
LeJeune, Faren L., "Leviathan: Ontogeny of Salvation" (2018). Honors Undergraduate Theses. 350.
Restricted to the UCF community until 5-1-2023; it will then be open access.