My work uses formal and conceptual experimentation to analyze different types of connections. Each component of my thesis falls on a specific point in the connective framework, a graphic plotting system I developed to analyze the types of connections we make.

By evaluating how connections are made and seeing them in different visual forms, my intention is to remind people of the many intricate ways that connections can be made. Often times, they can lead us down seemingly random paths, but with each turn, our knowledge base expands and molds our unique framework that grows as we do.