Meditations on the Indranet follows the philosophical Buddhist metaphor 'Net of Indra' in which Indra's celestial Net is used as a model of our interconnected universe. This imperial net is made of all jewels. Each eye of the net is a jewelyou can think of them as nodes.
Daylife Uncensored springs from my thesis Dimensions of Censorship and further investigates the notion of media censorship. Drawing from Foucault's rejection of the duality of freedom/repression, this work aims to avoid taking the 'either/or' binary approach in this complex and controversial topic.
Where No Flag Has Gone Before was a live blue-screen studio installation offered visitors of the exhibition the chance to reenact their own glorious moment of the first planting of the American flag on the surface of the moon. The end-product of the installation was a distilled extract of the whole experience, simultaneously serving as its documentation in video form.
Exhibition identity and typeface design based on Platform for Chaos typeface developed in 2007. I also made a zine called Tour de Squat that was a part of the exhibition about the story behind how and why I made this typeface.