Mapping the Invisible

Mapping the Invisible: Criminals Post-Mortem

Our work is the intimidating structure that marks the grassy area between the Sports Center and Hill House. It’s interesting to watch wary foot traffic examine the structure, because although…

Mapping the Invisible: Textual Wandering

Mapping the Invisible: Conference Project — Mapping Visual Topographies of Film

This year I am taking Malcolm Turvey’s History of Film Art, and it has deeply influenced the way that I conceptualize the role of film in my life and society…

Mapping the Invisible: Conference Project — Silence and Whistles

When I worked on the initial map where I was hoping to use music that I had created over a period of time to create a landscape where life events…

Mapping the Invisible: Conference Project — Net Migration of the World

Detailed look: This map I made was basically a idea of showing net total of migrants during the period 1980-2014. The net total of migrants is the total number of…

Mapping the Invisible: Conference Project — Mapping My Freelance Network in Media Production

For my conference, I created a visual representation of my own network in freelance film production. I traced the outlines of Brooklyn and Manhattan to show where these films/commericals were…

Mapping the Invisible: Conference — Manderley Map

My conference project slowly seemed to design itself, as it became layered with meaning and markings over the time. I was always fairly confident that I wanted the project to…

Mapping the Invisible: Conference Project — Graffiti Conversations @ SLC

My conference project took a few turns as I searched for written messages to map throughout the SLC Campus. I took pictures of most of the campus, and found that the…

Mapping the Invisible: m/m, or Love in the time of fetishistic scopophilia

For my map, I wanted to do something that involved the way we map emotions across media. For my last project, I mapped my depression across multimedia and bodily existence,…

Mapping the Invisible: Visionary Post Mortem

We agreed on the idea of playing with elevation and maze. Our site is Marshall Field. Since the site is surrounded by different elevations(people can sort of see the place…

Mapping the Invisible: Happiness at SLC

My map defines the process of determining where people are most happy on our campus. It also maps the personal, social, and intellectual fulfillment according to where people live based…

Mapping the Invisible: Conference Map Pt. 3 Post-Mortem

One of the main criticisms of my last draft was that because both locations were represented with the same line pattern, there didn’t seem to be any discernible difference between…

Mapping the Invisible: The Grid of Uncertainty

For my conference project I wanted to go off of my previous map. I was happy with my self-portrait but finally I realized it had too much information. My idea…

Mapping the Invisible: Conference Project — Getting Off, Signing Off

My Piece: Like most white girls, I love smoothies. And like most people raised in modern Western culture, I have no idea where most of my food is sourced from….

Mapping the Invisible: Conference Project — Map of Feelings

My final map: The “making the invisible visible” idea of my map is visualizing the inner world and let the feelings blend into the real world. The real world is…

Mapping the Invisible: Conference Project Draft #1 — Map of Feelings

This is the sketch of my map surface: My process of doing this conference project was quite different from my usual routine. I used to make plans and tried to think…

Mapping the Invisible: Conference Project Draft #2 A Map of Fear

In a previous draft of this map, the main focus of my project was to use a series of circles, with each layer of the circle representing a different fear….

Mapping the Invisible: Overwhelmed by Fact

When I began with this installation project, I was very daunted by both the size, and the pressure to deliver such a poignant message. My installation hopes to “overwhelm by…

Mapping the Invisible: Conference Project — A Map of Lost Countries

This map aims to make visible countries which, for whatever reason, no longer exist. These countries might have been annexed, voluntarily become part of another country, or have been secessionist…

Mapping the Invisible: Execution

By the end of the fifteen days, the amount of time spent was flipped and I had spent more time in the backyard than I did in the pub (at…