Tag: mapping the invisible

Mapping the Invisible: Conference Project — Silence and Whistles

When I worked on the initial map where I was hoping to use music that I had created over a period of time to create a landscape where life events…

Mapping the Invisible: Conference Project — Mapping My Freelance Network in Media Production

For my conference, I created a visual representation of my own network in freelance film production. I traced the outlines of Brooklyn and Manhattan to show where these films/commericals were…

Mapping the Invisible: Conference — Manderley Map

My conference project slowly seemed to design itself, as it became layered with meaning and markings over the time. I was always fairly confident that I wanted the project to…

Mapping the Invisible: Conference Project — Graffiti Conversations @ SLC

My conference project took a few turns as I searched for written messages to map throughout the SLC Campus. I took pictures of most of the campus, and found that the…

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—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 — 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 — 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: 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 — 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 — 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;…