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‘Interconnection’ is a residential project containing 18 intersecting dwelling units organized into an aggregation of 3 standard 50’ x 150’ lots located at a corner of an intersection in Los Angeles.
To gaze into her eyes would be to know all the secrets of the universe; rendering mankind into stone.
The exhibition “No Place Like Home” features 8 rooms designed after popular rooms in common households.
For the Timeline/Anniversaries project, I created my piece Dante's Euphoria to comment on how the narrative of the Divina Commedia has been preserved and reintroduced into entertainment and popular culture of the
This piece includes the design for a museum exhibition in a space that accounts for COVID restrictions but offers an in-person viewing experience that would allow visitors to view a wide range of works relating t
Great China, a brilliant institution of Berkeley's food scene, is an exquisite homage to the cuisine of Northern China.
“Until Your Time Is Up” is a brief essay on the phenomenology of smoking: of loving it and quitting it—the twin affairs of nicotine addiction that are, after all, co-constitutive.
High school policy debate is a world unto itself, and to outsiders, it may appear to be utterly bizarre.
"Scenes from a Multiplex" is a collection of memoirs from a former movie theater usher.
This lyric essay is a faux-abstraction of personal experience and growth in a particular human body on this planet.
"Run Along Now" is an essay written for Scott Saul’s Creative Nonfiction workshop.
"In the Mountains, Birdsong" is about a journey through love and nostalgia, from Alaska to Amsterdam to Guangzhou.
Given the context of the recent decision on dumping the Fukushima nuclear wastewater into the Pacific ocean, I made this curatorial project with the theme of nuclear power.
In response to the recent AAPI hate crime, I made this video called "magic story." This video is inspired by William Kentridge, Candice Breitz, and Richard Mosse.
The role African American men have played throughout history has been one full of turbulence and pain.
Artist William Kentridge inspired me in the way that he was able to display the rich history of his hometown Johannesburg, South Africa.
Working with three Bay Area writers, the Theater Department produced Curly Fries as an episodic web series to reflect student lives during the pandemic.
“Twelve young people navigate a world blindsided by a pandemic and a reckoning for racial justice. How to go to school, pay the rent, stay alive, attend a protest, go on a date?
As a queer child, my adolescence and authenticity were reared in suppression, guilt, and heartache.
Following the death of both of her parents, a woman chicken farmer is sent an old box of family things. She opens it with her son.
Construction workers look foreign to the common person; like aliens or astronauts landing on new territory. We never see them up close just from a distance: typically a distance we would like to keep from them.
Biographical film about my maternal grandparents' relationship, as shown through correspondence they held in the 1970s, archival still photos, and footage of what their house looks like today.
This digital illustration was a way of reflecting on the cultural and religious intersections that exist in my background, as a Mexican-Pakistani Muslim person who was raised in a household with both Muslim and C
This artwork is a 2020-21 Loteria (lottery) card. This is basically meant to show how 2020 felt like a gamble to me. The year overall had terrible events going on from a pandemic to wildfires to unemployment.
The project is in an abandoned quarry next to Rockridge shopping center and St. Mary Cemetery in Oakland.
Our group aimed to design an everyday-use product that would safely decrease the spread of COVID19 on surfaces.
The “Jacobs 5 Year Anniversary Book” is a 64-page print book that celebrates the achievements of the students, staff, and faculty of Jacobs Institute since its inception in fall 2015.
Within Dante’s Divine Comedy, he focuses on one’s future and fate in the afterlife in his description of salvation.
Once ubiquitous throughout the American landscape, fire towers have largely faded into antiquity due to evolving methods of wildfire suppression and technological advancement.