What would it mean for my maps to be able to draw, or re-draw, themselves?
Author: Emily Garfield
During the coronavirus lockdown, I began experimenting with different media. This project in particular reflected the extraordinary time. “Portals series #1”, above, juxtaposes a drawing of a space in my home I commandeered as a stand-in for the outdoors during the months of isolation with video elements depicting the continued activity in the city outside.
“LunchBreak” Interview with SciArt Initiative
Link to a 20-minute interview about my work, its connection to science and my future projects.
Exploring maplike determinism with Processing and Axidraw
Using the same substrate to make different imaginary maps
Explanation of my “Site-specific” series
Holiday card design: Wreath (Human Style Transfer)
Creating an abstract wreath design using digital drawing, a robotic pen plotter, and pen and watercolor.
Holiday card design: “Watauga Wander”
Holiday card design based on the search for the perfect Christmas tree.
Mathematical exploration of imaginary maps
Recap and context for a presentation on the mathematics of imaginary maps at the National Museum of Mathematics’ MOVES conference in August 2019
Sketchbook Project 2018-2019: “Imaginary Cartography: grids + quadrants”
Update on my completed submission for the Sketchbook Project library and 2019 sketchbook tour.
Boston-Cambridge in 10 panels
Large-scale (over 8 feet wide!) art installation for a Cambridge conference room