Mapping the Invisible

Mapping the Invisible: Criminals — Site Preliminaries & Project Sketches

We want to incorporate the concept of light and darkness in our project, to represent criminality in our structure. We’re planning on using broken mirrors and glass, to manipulate and…

Mapping the Invisible: Psychogeography — Revolutionary

The revolutionaries are considering the notion that’s imbedded in national history as “manifest destiny,” that is that land belongs to us to live is American lifestyle. We are interested in…

Mapping the Invisible: Psychogeography — Stalker

List of methods that were used to traverse the campus: -Being completely concealed/hidden and observing the area/people surrounding -Following someone/something consistently (ex: a person walking out of bates, following a…

Mapping the Invisible: Psychogeography — Stalker Group

Mapping the Invisible: Psychogeography of the Flaneur

Group 2: Mariko, Mikey, Hillary, Rebecca On our derive we utilized some techniques that would be common for a flaneur. 1) Aimless strolling 2) Observing passersby 3) Following people and…

Mapping the Invisible: Flaneur Site Sketch

Mapping the Invisible: Textual Wandering #1

 

Mapping the Invisible: Textural Wandering 1

Mapping the Invisible:Textual Wandering #1

Mapping the Invisible: Self-Portrait — A Map of Depression

My self-portrait is a map of my depression, using a collage-based approach with text pulled from my own poetic writing and physically-linked symbols. My initial brainstorm was closer to my…

Mapping the Invisible: Textual Wandering #1

Mapping the Invisible: Textual Wandering #1

Mapping the Invisible: Textual Wandering #1

Mapping the Invisible: Textual Wandering

Mapping the Invisible: Textual Wandering #1

Mapping the Invisible: Textual Wandering #1

Mapping the Invisible: Textual Wandering

Mapping the Invisible: Textual Wandering

Textual Wandering #1

Mapping the Invisible: Textual Wandering