The capstone class and project were some things that often left me feeling drained, confused and sometimes uninspired because I had never taken on a project of this scope before. But along the way, I acquired new skills that I can apply to other projects. This project caused me to really look at my mental […]
Inhale, Exhale Three parts: anxious thoughts on origami paper, video of folding origami, and origami curtain.
I posted about the exhibit on Twitter and Instagram because they are two of the social media outlets that I use the most.
Friday, April 28 – Tuesday, May 2 Started with laying origami out on the floor to see the placement of the birds. Trying to figure out the placement of the curtain. Will diagonally across work better than horizontally across? Will the monitor work better on a shelf or pedestal? Trying to figure out […]
During my meeting with Inna the past week she asked me to think about how I could expand on this idea of origami and mental health after the class has finished. How could I expand this project later on down the road? For me, origami is soothing. I have to think about the folds I’m […]
MICA The work at the Graphic Design MFA MICA Grad Show covered a range of topics like mental health, music, political activism, the environment and much more. One of the pieces that had an impact on me was the one titled “Paths.” I was like a choose your own adventure story game that consisted of […]
I can’t really pinpoint when my anxiety started. All I know is that when I was diagnosed with generalized and social anxiety during my freshman year of college how I felt in certain situations began to make sense. My parents would always just say that I’m shy and that I need to break out of my […]