Analog Variable Type Tool, 2018
A tool that allows you—via its 8-pronged design—to draw a custom font with eight weights all in one go!
Atlas, a.k.a Sisyphus was a Housewife, 2018
A 16-page publication that ties the fate of homemakers and housewives to that of Sisyphus, with their shared repetitive, endless tasks.
A cross-body conective tissue that turns five people into one super-entity made up of 4 arms and 1 brain; a drawing exercise that invites unexpected forms cooperation. In collaboration with ↝ Wei-Hao Wang.
Difference & Repetition Poster Series
A series of posters which showcase the concept of difference & repetition by emphasizing the use of accents aigus.
Enclothed Invention Experiment
An 8h performance in which I become 8 different versions of myself via the suggestive power of “costume” to see if different outfits lead to different creative outputs.
A typeface in which each letter is made up of exactly the same amount of pixels and its ↝ fun interactive type specimen.
A speculative project in which I consider what would happen if we designed furniture to suit our emotional and psychological needs rather than just our physical ones.
Graphic Design Inventor’s Lab, 2019
Graphic designers tend to use a standard stead of tools, namely, Adobe. Instead, I create a portable “lab” filled with a wide variety of tools and become a design “inventor”.
How To Do Things With Things, 2020
My MFA thesis book, in which I explore the use of “performative objects” as a method of design. ↝ You can watch me present my thesis work here.
Illuminating , 2019
A short workshop in which the audience tries to draw an unknown creature — a crocodile—with as much information as a Medieval manuscript illuminator would have had.
Larsseit Type Specimen, 2019
A fun little type specimen I designed & animated.
Level Up Stairs, 2018
A public installation that turns the act of climbing 4 steep flights of stairs into a video game like experience—except your legs realy hurt at the end.
Mirror Maze, 2018
A freestanding viewfinder that turns any room into participatory experience where the viewers, first expecting to see another part of the room, end up delighting in seeing each other.
Paper Doll Tabs, 2020
An installation that uses life-sized paper dolls as an invitation to physically engage with and learn more about forgotten first-person histories.
Room 402, 2019
An installation in which a room is viewed through the eyes of google’s image search algorithm.
Scanner Portraits, 2018
A series of portraits of my studiomates in which the tool used — a portable scanner — evokes the strangeness of memory.
Self as Google Image, 2018
A multi-week experiment in which I try to get Google to see me as something other than “girl.”
Strange Gifts, 2020
A 32-page newspaper that looks at the history of local New England towns in a contemporary context. Made in collaboration with ↝ Hilary duPont based on a trip we took together.
Some Good Things, 2020
A curated groupings of artists and their thoughts on their work, for contemplation and inspiration.
The Future Looms (poster), 2019
A poster for an exhibit that weaves together the history of the Jacquard loom with that of early computer programming.
THINGS: Objects & their Stories, 2018
A tiny exhibition that uses the trope of displays of design objects to tell the more personal stories of those who own them. In collaboration with ↝Hilary duPont.
Tool Box, 2019
A Fluxus-inspired “toolkit” that playfully invites participants to “make a tool they want to use.” With the same starting tools, they each make something completely different.
UNESCO Site: the Vézère Valley, 2017
An identity system for the UNESCO sites on the Vezere Valley which features dozens of prehistoric caves, including the famous Lascaux.
Weaving Ourselves into the Future, 2019
An exhibition (model) and series of booklet that gives textile arts their place in the various important social, political and technological contexts.
Web of Hours, 2018
A participatory website that gives you a different activity to perform every hour, with customizable secondary actions and inspirational images and writings. ↝Try it live.
Zobeide Illustration (from Calvino), 2017
An illustration for Calvino’s Invisible City Zobeide, in which men attempt to trap a woman running through their dreams.