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Psyche Inspired: Brenton Chase

Psyche Inspired Intern Brenton Chase.

Brenton Chase

Institution: Phoenix College

Major: Forensic Psychology

Psyche Inspired Class: 2018-2019

This depicts the Greek Goddess Psyche in which (16)Psyche was named after, holding the asteroid. She is wearing a yellow dress with translucent pink wings, following the color scheme for the Psyche inspired logo.

Spirit

Brenton Chase

March 28, 2019

Major: forensic psychology

Genre/Medium: digital painting

About the work: This piece depicts the Greek goddess Psyche, after whom (16) Psyche was named, holding the asteroid.

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A globe of the Psyche asteroid suspended via magnets between a c-shaped base

Levitating Psyche

Brenton Chase

March 19, 2019

Major: forensic psychology

Genre/Medium: sculpture

About the work: I used to have a levitating globe, and I remembered how much fun I had playing with it, so I decided to make the same thing featuring (16) Psyche.

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This screenshot shows part of the written blog and a photograph of the author's grandfather.

My Journey to Psyche

Brenton Chase

March 8, 2019

Major: forensic psychology

Genre/Medium: blog

About the work: This blog post gives an introspective view of my life and what joining the Psyche Inspired team means to me: I describe my early fears and tribulations that led to issues later in my life, and how those issues changed my perspective and caused me to grow, return to college, and eventually join Psyche Inspired.

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The Psyche asteroid centered in the photo, with

Soul of the Asteroid Belt

Brenton Chase

November 13, 2018

Major: forensic psychology

Genre/Medium: digital illustration

About the work: Displayed here is the Psyche asteroid exuding a blue and purple electric aura, alluding to the possibility of it being the core of a planet. When I think of the core of our planet, I think of the magnetic field it generates, and when I picture magnetic attraction in my mind, it is represented by electricity. The title, “Soul of the Asteroid Belt”, alludes to the fact it was named after the Greek goddess of the soul, which is written in metallic letters to represent the metallic make-up of the asteroid.

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