THESIS DATEBOOK has become the culminating project in my body of thesis work. It contains all the relevant components of my study and yields a form which reveals the construction to the viewer.
I obsessively record time and points of interest in my datebook and literally highlight items as a way to cross things off of, what seemed like, my never-ending, thesis to-do list. This highlighting system became an archive of the happenings in my thesis year. This archive was then translated into a video, which allowed a regimented system of time-based animation, the structure of a calendar and a piece of music, to expressively map the progress of my thesis year.