Starting today, I will be working on and posting one poster a day for my upcoming Thesis exhibition at Umass Dartmouth. The description is as follows;
My thesis project consists of a series of 30 posters made in 30 days. Each poster, a “snap-shot” of the day, builds upon the proceeding poster. When viewed as a series the work, or “corpus”, conveys a narrative that encompasses both brief and long periods of time.
The process involves an intuitive, “Stream of conscious” approach to daily life. The materials used are immediate in nature, digital camera, scissors, scanners, and paint which lead to quickly finished work. Because the finished work is digital it can be reproduced at various scales, from small intimate pieces
to billboard sized prints.