Date of Completion
Open Access Capstone
Master of Arts (MA)
This work is a tongue-in-cheek narrative journey through the creative process, using travel and mythology as vehicles for reflection, metacognition, and critical thinking around philosophy, literature, and contemporary art. As a process-oriented piece, it makes use of intentional constraints to force a kind of unfolding, to mimic the act of intellectual discovery, navigating dissonance and doubt. As a creative product, it is something akin to an afterimage, to persist as a vestige of accumulated learning. The piece wrestles with questions of personal agency, authority, knowledge and meaning, yet does not arrive at definitive answers.
Lemstrom, Kyle D., "Argo Navis: A Drifting Circumambulation" (2020). Critical and Creative Thinking Capstones Collection. 382.
Ancient History, Greek and Roman through Late Antiquity Commons, Classical Literature and Philology Commons, Creative Writing Commons, Philosophy Commons