Mapping the Invisible

Mapping the Invisible: Conference Project Draft #1 — Manderley Map

My map shows the way in which the narrator emotionally views the space in which she’s inhabiting; it challenges the question of presence- demanding that one consider the elements that…

Mapping the Invisible: Conference Project Draft #1 — Campus Graffiti

Here’s a very early outline of what I have planned for my conference work. I have noticed that many people use public wall space as a canvas for expressing themselves around campus. People…

Mapping the Invisible: Conference Project Draft #1 — Lost Countries

(This is a close up, the full image does not adequately convey what I have done so far) I was inspired for my conference project by a plot element from…

Mapping the Invisible: Historians — Post-Mortem

   Our goal as historians was to create a space which invited people to not only experience the new space it established and re-evaluate that which it was built within, but to…

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

I began thinking about my conference project inspired by a couple of different psychogeographic and map inspired projects. I found the idea of ‘mental travel’ that Merlin Coverley wrote about…

Mapping the Invisible: Revolutionaries — Post Mortem

  The revolution was controversial. ‘Twas only natural. 3/4 of the revolutionaries worked on a very cool thing that we set out to create on day 1 of the assignment….

Mapping the Invisible: Surrealists — Post Mortem

We have visualised the methods of our ‘identity’ in three ways: firstly we drew attention to the most surreal thing in the space – the emergency pole; secondly we used…

Mapping the Invisible: Flaneur — Post-Mortem

Our group visualized our identity as the Flaneur in several ways. First, we wanted our work to embody the wandering qualities of the Flaneur by creating different visual attractions to…

Mapping the Invisible: Stalkers — Post Mortem

For our space, we chose make our sculpture more interactive by focusing on the vibe of the stalker rather than a specific, targeted act of stalking itself. Instead of designing…

Mapping the Invisible: Site-Specific Plan – Revolutionary

We would hope that this would engage people to come into the space and interact with it and bring people into some sort of action. That inclusiveness is part of…

Mapping the Invisible: Site Specific — Visionaries

We are imagining our psychogeographic figure as a series of triangular and rectangular prisms, constructed from welded steel rods. We will connect these prisms so as to form a chain…

Mapping the Invisible: Site Specific — Flaneur

We are imagining our psychogeographic figure in this way The concept of the flaneur centers around walking and looking. The flaneur is an observer of the crowd, whilst simultaneously being…

Mapping the Invisible: Site Specific — Criminals

We are imagining our psychogeographic figure in this way: Taking the role of the criminal by stealing the focus of the space, as well as stealing the resources and characteristics of the…

Mapping the Invisible: Site-specific — Stalkers

We are imagining our psychogeographic figure in this way… We imagine the stalker as an distorted, attached, and elusive character whose behavior is fixed on a particular object or person….

Mapping the Invisible: Visionary Sculpture

These are our basic ideas of several Mc Escher Cube we are designing right now.

Mapping the Invisible: Site Specific — Surrealists

We are imagining our psychogeographic figure as someone who both sees with the unconscious eye, and wishes to encourage others to do the same. As someone who is highly influenced…

Mapping the Invisible: Psychogeography — Surrealist

Five potential Psychogeograpic methods for exploring a space, in the spirit of surrealism: Retracing the path you took in a dream. Closing your eyes and trying not to walk in a…

Mapping the Invisible: Psychogeography of the Visionary

1. Only walk through frames such as doorways, arches, awnings, etc. 2. Only walk uphill. 3. Walk only where others don’t. 4. Walk towards a fixed point until you can’t,…

Mapping the Invisible: Site-Exploration — Lynd Mulch Patch

Mapping the Invisible: Self Portrait Draft #2 — A Map of Communication

Crit was really useful for me because I had no confidence in my map before I presented it to the class. I had actually planned on starting from scratch. So…