Where we are—the space that we occupy—has everything to do with what and who we are (and finally, that we are).
— EDWARD S. CASEY, Getting Back into Place
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SPATIALITY: WORD/IMAGE JUXTAPOSITIONS

In 2011, for my undergraduate thesis, I began creating a series of short stories, poems, and illustrations along the theme of locality, its significance, consequence, and its subjectivity. The project aimed to explore, using a variety of media and creative writing styles, how one finds oneself reflected in spaces, and how that perspective can demonstrate an individual’s social and cultural constitution. In this book, I play with form and structure, juxtaposing words and images, in order to reexamine the human-space relationship as a social instrument for introspection and self-identification. 

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