Book, 64 pages
There’s a self-discovery that happens when you revisit things you’ve accumulated over a period of time. You look back and begin to recognize patterns in your thinking. I gathered and cataloged a wide range of unrelated objects in my possession. In order to make sense of this collection, I began to join objects through six degrees of separation. The structure of the book attempts to give visible form to my meandering thought patterns. The imagery bleeds from one association to the next with text that flows across the gutter. The reader must stumble around the loose logic of my internal monologue.