Title

Habitually

Date of Award

Spring 5-30-2017

Document Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Master of Fine Arts (MFA)

Department

Digital Media

First Advisor

Shona Kitchen

Second Advisor

Lisa Z. Morgan

Third Advisor

Christopher Chung

Abstract

This book is a journal of the conscious looking into my most unconscious behaviors. I documented and observed my unconscious habits, and tracked where they originally came from. Observing myself was both the process and the result of the work. I played a triple role throughout the process. I was an object, an observer, and a conduit. I wrote and became a subject of the writing. I used various forms, styles and voices in this book to align the work experience of these constantly changing roles with the writing experience and to embody different perspectives.

As a result, this book turned into a collage of fiction, personal writings, quotes, academic writings, documents and visual contents.

I wrote this thesis book to fulfill the RISD graduation requirement. I made and designed this book by following regulations. I dedicate this book to my personal regulations: my habits.

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