;fall 2021-ongoing; research;

^^^ 1hr11min video discussing research, fall 2022.

fall 2021 research document;

visual update .pdf of ^ pg. 1-16

mfa seminar fall 2021 midterm critique documentation;

abstracting language
words create environments,
visuals tell stories
reality is abstract
what came first? the
egg or the hen?

mirrors are not the only reflections we meet

visual storytelling? can these abstractions draw out their own narratives?

making space for play within language

take a chess piece for a word
would each unit change in value
if a bird?
we do not question the flight
of the wing
asking only to sing
songs of our people
stories wishing to communicate
& not limit the limitless
yet here is another game of chess


mirror writings to explore the malleability of written word

what am i doing & why am i doing it?

my work & research focuses on the liminal space within communication:

through time (how stories & lores, mythology, etc. mutate and move with us),

between people (interpersonal interpretation & misinterpretation via spoken, written and body language via connotative association, etc.),

throughout sociopolitical systems (overspecialization creates restrictive vocabularies at times, with the need to work with domain driven communications),

or within oneself (sensory perceptions + observational experience, as well as how affected one is to the scopes of thinking listed above).

{keystone: SIMONE de BEAUVOIR’S ethics of AMBIGUITY of existence]

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