By taking a room portrait composed of selfie stick photographs of an unstaged, lived-in bedroom and combining it with its floor plan, a digital tracing was created to show the densities of furniture and objects within a space. Each item was meticulously traced to reveal the aerial perspective of viewing the furniture on top of an orthographic floor plan. The tracings of an unorganized desk, wrinkled bedsheets, and a floating shoe rack all display the character of an interior that is interchangeable based on one's daily routine within it. "304D" showcases the typical mid-semester layout of a dorm room in Pitman Hall.
- Introduction to Digital CommunicationIRC 112InstructorStephanie Davidson