Confessions about Confessing: Infographic Draft

For the next couple of weeks, I’m going to be publishing a series of posts about the work that I’ve been trying to develop since Fall 2012. It will be a long and winding road that eventually kind of circles

Confessions about Confessing: Infographic Draft

For the next couple of weeks, I’m going to be publishing a series of posts about the work that I’ve been trying to develop since Fall 2012. It will be a long and winding road that eventually kind of circles

SVA Writing Contest Bookmarks

A few months ago, I published an entry about the poster that I designed for the 1st Annual SVA Writing Program Writing Contest. Before the winners were announced, I was asked to design commemorative bookmarks with excerpts from the 1st

SVA Writing Contest Bookmarks

A few months ago, I published an entry about the poster that I designed for the 1st Annual SVA Writing Program Writing Contest. Before the winners were announced, I was asked to design commemorative bookmarks with excerpts from the 1st

You Are Not Alone

 As the curator for Mapping Thinking Spaces, I wasn’t initially intending to be a participating artist. However, partway through the planning stages of the exhibition, my friends Eli and Oona alerted me to something strange about that this panel of glass

You Are Not Alone

 As the curator for Mapping Thinking Spaces, I wasn’t initially intending to be a participating artist. However, partway through the planning stages of the exhibition, my friends Eli and Oona alerted me to something strange about that this panel of glass

Mapping: An Essay for Mapping Thinking Spaces

As part of our decision to to take a professional approach to curating Mapping Thinking Spaces (which I blogged about yesterday), each curator wrote a 500-word essay for our intended catalogue/zine. Unfortunately, due to numerous printing issues and errors, we just

Mapping: An Essay for Mapping Thinking Spaces

As part of our decision to to take a professional approach to curating Mapping Thinking Spaces (which I blogged about yesterday), each curator wrote a 500-word essay for our intended catalogue/zine. Unfortunately, due to numerous printing issues and errors, we just

Mapping Thinking Spaces

This past semester, I undertook an independent study with curator Michael Capio, along with my classmates Lily Lewis and Justine Wong. The class itself was a survey of the history of curating, as well as the issues that dominate the

Mapping Thinking Spaces

This past semester, I undertook an independent study with curator Michael Capio, along with my classmates Lily Lewis and Justine Wong. The class itself was a survey of the history of curating, as well as the issues that dominate the

Visual & Critical Studies Event Posters 2012-13

Yet again, I’ve left my blog dormant for far too long. I’m going to start updating again this summer (starting with this post), partly because I want to review all that I’ve done this past school year as a means

Visual & Critical Studies Event Posters 2012-13

Yet again, I’ve left my blog dormant for far too long. I’m going to start updating again this summer (starting with this post), partly because I want to review all that I’ve done this past school year as a means

Composition on an Unplanned Walk Home

She took a different bus route home, not by choice or sudden whim, but to avoid the – at this point she really had no qualms about resorting to a cliche – numberless horde. Mentally, she ascribed no race or

Composition on an Unplanned Walk Home

She took a different bus route home, not by choice or sudden whim, but to avoid the – at this point she really had no qualms about resorting to a cliche – numberless horde. Mentally, she ascribed no race or

An abandonment, self-imposed

I cushion my ears, trying to use music more suited to one’s current endeavors to drown out music whose presence is beyond my control. The internal layer, in its unavoidable loudness, is rendered as distracting as its antagonist. The external

An abandonment, self-imposed

I cushion my ears, trying to use music more suited to one’s current endeavors to drown out music whose presence is beyond my control. The internal layer, in its unavoidable loudness, is rendered as distracting as its antagonist. The external

My Drawings in Andy Gerndt’s Anatomy Show

Each year, my drawing instructor Andy Gerndt chooses the best works from the students in his three anatomy drawing classes for an exhibition in the lobby of the School of Visual Arts’ 133 West 21st Street building. Out of the

My Drawings in Andy Gerndt’s Anatomy Show

Each year, my drawing instructor Andy Gerndt chooses the best works from the students in his three anatomy drawing classes for an exhibition in the lobby of the School of Visual Arts’ 133 West 21st Street building. Out of the

1st Annual SVA Writing Program Writing Contest Poster

A few months ago, I was approached by the School of Visual Arts’ Humanities & Sciences Department to design a poster for the school’s first ever writing contest, which coincides with the first year that SVA is offering the Writing

1st Annual SVA Writing Program Writing Contest Poster

A few months ago, I was approached by the School of Visual Arts’ Humanities & Sciences Department to design a poster for the school’s first ever writing contest, which coincides with the first year that SVA is offering the Writing