Date of Award
Master of Fine Arts (MFA)
Lisa Z. Morgan
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.
Joo, Sunha, "Habitually" (2017). Masters Theses. 182.
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