TUNE IN TOMORROW → SVA Masters in Branding Thesis: DECONSTRUCTING IDENTITY
by Jessica Deseo on 07/09/2019 | 2 Minute Read
Wednesday July 10th, 2019 | 11:00am to 4:00pm | SVA Theatre
Please join the School of Visual Arts Masters in Branding Department for the Class of 2019 Thesis Presentation on IDENTITY. Five graduate groups will present their repositioning at the SVA Theatre on one of the following topics, all seen through the lens of how humans construct their identity:
Work | Touch | Aging | Parenting | Puerto Rico
Our culture is now at a place in our collective history where it is almost entirely composed of brands. Everything we consume – even the most basic commodities like water and salt – are brands. Brands are so persuasive in their personal, political, economic, aesthetic, psychological, ethical and social consequences that they leave no part of us unaffected. And we use these brands to construct a personal identity and a public persona. This year's thesis undertaking will investigate and deconstruct five modern aspects of identity creation that we believe are in dire need of repositioning.
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Meet Our Graduates!
Katherine Burke - Roberta Cajado - Namita Deliwala
Bronwyn Hunt - Fangjie Wang - Yunke Xiao
Anabella Chiou - Talia Evans - Ling Hsu
Ria Knapp - Devanshi Shah
Topic: Puerto Rico
Clare Albers - Rory McKinnon - Jason Park - Gelsomina Picariello
Charmie Shah - Ericka Garcia Valiente
Maria Manuela Andrade - Ali Kearney - Michael Shirey
Theresa Brondholt Sorensen - Sophia Yuan
Gabriella Bartelle - Malavika Rao - Dylan Taylor
Sakhi Todi - Emily Verselis