Mapping the Invisible

Mapping the Invisible: Self-Portrait — Mapping Communication

For my self portrait, I mapped my favorite part of my life: communicating. Over-communication is sort of a safe space for me. I’ve always been an over-thinker and speaker, solely…

Mapping the Invisible: Self Portrait Draft #1— Map of Personal Vision of Intentions and Outcomes

To map oneself, there must be a certain level of understanding, that there will be an infinite level of subtraction, from ones complex reality of self, the scale or magnitude…

Mapping the Invisible: Self-Portrait — Map of Bella

This is a less-than-finished base for my hand drawn additions. My map consists of three major points which represent the three cities of my heritage: Buenos Aires, New York, and…

Mapping the Invisible: Self-Portrait— A Map of World Experience

Introduction: My work of Mapping is representation of my inner thoughts with external geographic location. This work comes out of a desire to capture the experience and adventure in dreams….

Mapping the Invisible: Self Portrait — A Map of Personal Location

My self-portrait is a representation of the division between the places in which I have experienced increased growth, without taking into account the amount of time spent living at each…

Mapping the Invisible: Self Portrait — Notated Sound on Autopography

   1. Earlier Map with sign system. 2. Detail of notation undergoing transformation into a topography Detail – Inaudible/External – Notated/Domestic – Noise/Uninhabitable Audio: Removed. Sheet music is a form…

Mapping the Invisible: Self Portrait — A Map of Movement

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Mapping the Invisible: Self-Portrait — A Map of the Self (A One Hour Portrait)

The first question that puzzled me while considering what to create for this self-portrait map was that of timeliness and timelessness- at what point does a map, or data, or…

Mapping the Invisible: Self Portrait — A Map of Chris’s Mental Planetoid

I’m coming to the end of my sixteenth consecutive school year.  I’ve spent the most formative part of my life just being shuttled back and forth between home and school…

Mapping the Invisible: Self-Portrait Draft #1 — A Map of My Senses

    Before conceptualizing my map, I found myself visualizing it in a very abstract way. I was seeing colors and shapes way before I could actually make sense of them….

Mapping the Invisible: Self-Portrait — Map of Lucas’s Online Self

For my self-portrait map, I wanted to make something that in some way addressed Katie Holland Lewis’ Tangled Pathways, in which Lewis documented physical sensations on an abstract grid that…

Mapping the Invisible: Self-Portrait — Mariko’s Map

  My self portrait is inspired by a family property in the mountains of Northern California where I spent much of my childhood (pictured above). Many important events in my…

Mapping the Invisible: Self Portrait — A Map of Identity and Self-Identity

Considering the task of this first project was creating a self portrait, I found the easiest place to start was an image of myself. I originally began with a photo…

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

It took me quite some time to actually start the mapping of my self-portrait. I am still deciding what I am mapping vs what I am not mapping. The base…

Mapping the Invisible: Self Portrait — A Map of Rebecca

I experienced a lot of difficulty when posed with the task of creating a map that represents both myself and something invisible. Part of this challenge stems from the fact…

Mapping the Invisible: Self Portrait — A Map of Rory Grene

I really enjoyed getting a chance to do the self portrait project- it was so much fun getting to learn to use photo shop (something I never expected!!) and getting…

Mapping the Invisible: Self Portrait — A Map of 51°34’N and 1°47’W, 25/05/19, 21:01PM

I have a talent for spinning yarns so believable even I forget what’s real, so when I engage in introspection I like to have tools, guidelines, a map. It’s safer;…