Cultural HiJack

Space HiJack : An Untitled Trash Project

      The Space HiJack Project was both frustrating and rewarding. I initially wasn’t sure what to do for my project. I presented the...

Cultural HiJack: Brasil Slogan HiJack

      I chose to HiJack the current slogan of Brazil’s Federal Government. The slogan, “Brazil: Order and Progress” was implemented by the illegitimate government...

Cultural Hijack: [Scholar’s Library]

On the same day, I read both the beginning of Beautiful Trouble by Andrew Boyd and a piece assigned by guest artist, Mandy Morrison. Beautiful...

Cultural Hijack: [The Cocoon]

For many, many weeks, the only question people would ask me was: “so, how’s the cocoon?” Admittedly, because of this, the cocoon felt successful before...

Cultural HiJack: Bathroom(s)

This project began very sensitive; I wanted to discuss sexual assault and harassment on campus, which is quite personal to me. I came at the...

Psychogeography of Historians

Today the Historians walked around the campus, from spaces around Heimbold to Marshall Field to the space near Tweed. As we walked, we discussed the...

Historians: Invisible Histories

(Pictured above: Inspirational piece by Monica Canilao) Today our group brainstormed on-site, about how we could apply our role as “historians” to the area next...

Final Project – Feminist Ad Bust

January 15, 2015 I wanted my final project during my intersession to address social issues that are relevant to me. My plan was to use an...

Interview with Philadelphia Street Artist

12 January 2015 Before I set out to design and install my interactive art piece, I considered the importance of hearing about Philadelphia’s street art...

Urban Interventions: Brainstorm

This project will be carried out in Philadelphia. My goal is to create a piece of public art that encourages public interaction. I let a...