The above time log is from an extended observation of the downstairs security guard. The tone of the writing is narrative, and personal, almost alluding to something more existing, similar to Jill Magid’s work “Evidence Locker”. The decision to observe someone observing me, or the idea of them looking out for me because they had to […]
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I was originally inspired by the WWII listening devices used to locate nearing enemy planes to create listening devices that amplify the surrounding environment and engage with it differently, possible being able to sympathize with persons who are extremely affected by sound. However, after making such listening “ears” I decided to pursue something of […]
Every New Years I say I’m going to drink more water on a daily basis, and I find that more often than not I fall into the old habit of not getting the minimum requirement. So in an effort to not have to vigilantly remind myself, I decided to outsource it instead.
The above work was inspired by Gillian Wearing’s 1992-1993 project Signs That Say What You Want Them to Say and Not Signs That Say What Someone Else Wants You To Say. Her process for the project involved approaching strangers on the streets of London and asking if they would write a sentence or a phrase on a piece of paper. […]