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Hello Amazing Friends,

The day has arrived! This has been a fantastic, crazy year; I’ve learned a lot about myself and the work I make in the process. 

When I began writing and researching, I was only partially aware of the mass amount of information sent for me to consume. What had started as a fun reread of  ”Death of the Author” by Roland Barthes became a complex tale of macro-web interactions, lengthy research, watching every season of Seinfeld, getting into David Foster Wallace, and much much more. I hope to continue my writing on these topics for years to come.

The thesis has taken two three current forms:

1) Ebook — A full digital copy in EPUB format. Completely Free!

2) PDF — A full digital copy, that you can open anywhere! Completely Free!

2) Paperback Book — I think of this as a work of art, complementary to the thesis subjects. The writing itself is incomplete, similar to how Google Books does not reveal every page of copyrighted material. I disassembled the writing, page by page, into individual images. The pages that are not available to read have been databent, so some of the text and imagery is partially visible, and the rest obscured.


As always, send me a message or email with any comments or questions you may have. My goal is to open a conversation space, not only for people using similar materials or ideas, but to any artist, viewer, critic, curator, or person that wants to talk. 

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