I’ve been collaborating with mathematics professor Christopher Hanusa on exploring my maps through various mathematical lenses, culminating most recently in a joint presentation on analyzing and datamining imaginary maps. The abstract for the talk, held at an offbeat math conference called MOVES (Mathematics of Various Entertaining Subjects) through the National Museum of Mathematics, was as […]
Project incorporating weather data to dictate form
Workshops with 7th and 3rd-4th graders on making maplike drawings through developing patterns and through inspiration from biological imagery.
Workshop at a Boston-area museum on imagining and drawing maps out of biological images
Mapmaking workshop drawing inspiration from biological images as well as geography.
Workshop for kids teaching mapmaking inspired by biological forms
Experimental projects combining leaves and meticulous drawing
I recently participated in a Secret Santa swap (yes, way after Christmas because everyone’s busy during that time!) of DIY items. It took me a long time to figure out what to make, but I knew the recipient had some interest in cephalopod themes and decided to attempt a tentacle map. I wasn’t sure it […]