Mapping the Invisible

Mapping the Invisible: Textual Wandering

Mapping the Invisible: Self-Portrait — Self-Planet Map

My planetary self portrait isn’t looking so barren anymore.  It’s now more of a goofy collage than anything else, but progress is progress.  One thing that could be tweaked, in…

Mapping the Invisible: Conference Map Pt. 1 Concepts

For my conference project, which is meant to represent an invisible event, I decided that I wanted to investigate an event that would be considered implicit to my explicit thoughts/actions….

Mapping the Invisible: Conference Project Draft #2 Mapping the Song

For my conference project, I mapped a recording of Nina Simone’s “My Baby Just Cares For Me”. My initial goal was to bridge the sensory experiences of visual art and…

Mapping the Invisible: Conference Project Draft #1 Mapping the Song

For my conference project, I plan to create a visualization of something that we all take in on a daily basis, and experience through a variety of senses, but never…

Mapping the Invisible: Conference—A Map of Illicit Flows

**having trouble uploading more attachments right now, please hold…** On the “draw anything” part of the interview worksheet for this class, I remember drawing a very offhanded illustration of how…

Mapping the Invisible: Conference Project — A Narrative Map of the Invisible.

My conference project maps an invisible, imagined geography. It is a choose your own adventure/scavenger hunt hybrid which leads the participants to inhabit an invisible forest which overlays the campus…

Mapping the Invisible: Happiness at SLC

  My map defines the process of trying to calculate the happiness of Sarah Lawrence’s campus. I am in Adam Brown’s Psychological Science of Happiness class and for my conference…

Mapping the Invisible: Conference Project — Self Portrait Redux

For my conference project I decided to revisit the self portrait assignment from the beginning of the semester.  A cut-and-paste collage method was all I could really manage at that…

Mapping the Invisible: Conference Project Draft # 1 — Mapping Relationships to Infection and Disease

Mapping the Invisible: Conference Project NYC: A Study of Light

My map defines the invisible process of the way in which natural light adds to the beauty and theatricality of specific buildings in New York City. I feel as though…

Mapping the Invisible: Conference Project — A Map of the Ordinary

My map defines the invisible process of the Ordinary. Kathleen Stewart’s depiction of this concept in her ethnography Ordinary Affects inspired my attempt to adapt this into the format of…

Mapping the Invisible: Revolutionaries — (Counterrevolutionary Splinter Group?): Post-Mortem

[The site seen from the main path] My marker offers a sort of communication in an otherwise unused space on campus, combining dissonant elements such as the technology of the…

Mapping the Invisible: Conference Post #1 — Overwhelmed by Fact

My conference project is centered around the theme of being overwhelmed by facts, more specifically statistics concerning the state of Syria and Iraq during their “war” with the IS. On…

Mapping the Invisible: Conference Project Draft # 1 — Mapping Freelance Media Production

I started working in film when I was sixteen, and became really obsessed with keeping track of my ‘network,’ aka the contacts I’ve acquired through my working in freelance. I’ve done…

Mapping the Invisible: Conference Project Draft #1 — Mapping Morbidity and Bodily Alteration

Mathilde and Simon, for their conference project, have created a set of uniforms to use as wearable maps. The uniforms are a short and T-shirt set in all black. The…

Mapping the Invisible: Conference Project Draft #1 — A Narrative Map of the Imaginary

My project is a hybrid narrative- choose your own adventure- scavenger hunt. Participants will read the story in pieces and make decisions about how to navigate the landscape. They will…

Mapping the Invisible: Conference Project Draft #1 — Mapping The Topography of Film

For my conference project I have decided to map the invisible topography of film through an automatic drawing process. The photo I inserted is from a collage and drawing I…

Mapping the Invisible: Conference Project Draft #1 — Mapping Light

My map defines the invisible process of the way in which natural light adds to the beauty and theatricality of specific buildings in New York City. I feel as though…

Mapping the Invisible: Conference Project Draft #1 — Fear

For my final project, I will be creating another 40×40 map exploring fear. The map will be divided into four different layers, with the center most point being the a depiction…