This thesis examines the relationship of material, craft, and embodiment within the interior of a post office. At the core of the design is a concern for how body and mind are influenced by tectonic and material articulation. My research focused on details, fabrication, and methods of representation, particularly video. This body of work grapples with how qualities of embodiment and hand-crafted experience can be combined with media such as video and animation in an increasingly digital climate.

material | craft | embodiment
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Section Perspective