Mapping the Invisible

Mapping the Invisible: Textual Wandering #1

I created a map of spatiality and desire within the text.

Mapping the Invisible: Self Portrait Postmortem — A Map of Love Creek

Here are some photos of the last part of my self portrait map. As It was hard to photograph my map on the wall, I included a detail that gives…

Mapping the Invisible: Self-Portrait — The Self as an Idea

This finalized version of my self portrait is the culmination and self-exploration of my thoughts and emotions. Initially, I felt the need to bracket my experiences and my personality by…

Mapping the Invisible: Self Portrait — A Map of Emotional States

As you can see, my final map differs quite dramatically from the one I initially presented for crit. This is due, in large part, to technical difficulties that arose unexpectedly….

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

I started with the three points that are geographically located: London, Buenos Aires, and New York. The placement is where these three cities actually fall on the map. I planned…

Mapping the Invisible: Self Portrait Draft #2 — An Accumulation of Lucas’ Profile Pictures

For the second draft of my self portrait, I primarily focused on the visual aesthetics of the map that needed to be better fleshed out. To start, I wanted to see what…

Mapping the Invisible: Self Portrait Draft #2

This is a picture of the current state of my self portrait. I took the critiques I received last review in and decided to make it more personalized. I took…

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

   The first draft I made of this map played on a different concept with a similar execution. I was still trying to express an invisible phenomenon through the use…

Mapping the Invisible: Self-Portrait Draft #2 — A Map of Emotional Movement

In this second draft of my self-portrait, I wanted to continue with the idea that the two places I have lived (New York and New Jersey) have had different (but…

Mapping the Invisible: Self-Portrait Draft #2 — A Map of Projecting Considered Experiences

While conceptualizing my second iteration of my map, I chose to focus on the way in which idea/memories are filtered, curated, and relegated into the projecting ones decisions into the…

Mapping the Invisible: Self Portrait — A Map of Rory (Part 2)

   My Relationships to My Relationships (In final draft stages of Part 2) In my second draft, I changed many aspects of my original “self-portrait”; after my meeting with Angela,…

Mapping the Invisible: Self-Portrait — The Map of Heartbreaks

(first draft above, second below) the map of heartbreaks is a simple map in a spiral shape – in fact, it’s based on an actual floor plan of a real institution that…

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

This is a work in process. It’s a map about the places I’ve lived and the journey to finding home. The map key represents the things I was feeling in…

Mapping the Invisible: Self Portrait — A Map of My Origins

For my self portrait I was heavily inspired by Eastern traditional methods of understanding the self and the human body. I feel that our highest selves our defined more so…

Mapping the Invisible: Self-Portrait — Continuities Between Place & Emotion

For this map, I wanted to start with concrete places I felt were important to me and work out a way of assembling them in a way representative of myself…

Mapping the Invisible: Self-Portrait — A Map of My Future, Age 23~25

Final Map: Sketch: My decision making process is actually pretty simple. My initial idea was to simple mapping out my thoughts and images in my head. The reason I want…

Mapping the Invisible: Self-Portrait — A Map of Mapping My Creative Process

Work Narrative: When I initially sat down at my desk to sketch my self portrait map I was immediately distracted by the web of unfinished art and bundles of treasured…

Mapping the Invisible: Self Portrait — A Map of the Most Meaningful Music of My Life

This piece began with the idea that I could map the experience I have while I listen to music. I began by writing down all of the thoughts/feelings/pictures which came to…

Mapping the Invisible: Self-Portrait — A Map of Places I Might have Left a Lot of Hair (Not Including Bathrooms and Barbershops)

Preliminary photo and painting (sketches): Sign system: Connection system: surface: The artists and works that influenced me the most were: Josh Dorman’s 2008 piece, “Four Fleurs”, Liza Phillips works “Inlet”…

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

For my self-portrait, I decided to map my travel routine during high school in Bangalore, India. At this stage, my map is still very incomplete and needs to be reformatted….