Red Hook Exhibition

In this exhibition, I seek to explore Red Hook’s history of public housing and development, as it is currently the site of the largest public housing development in Brooklyn. These images present a collection of the transformation and development of Red Hook, through its inhabitants as well as cultural and physical terrain.   Otsego Street Creamer Street (1939) Pictured […]

Annotated Bibliography

1 Agarwal, Kritika. “DOING RIGHT ONLINE: ARCHIVISTS SHAPE AN ETHICS FOR THE DIGITAL AGE.” American Historical      Association. Accessed January 27, 2019. https://www.historians.org/publications-and-directories/perspectives-on-                          history/november-2016/doing-right-online-archivists-shape-an-ethics-for-the-digital-age.         Agarwal makes the claim that due to online archives and databases, law enforcement could monitor and […]

Red Hook: Week 1

Ikea Address: 1 Beard St, Brooklyn, NY 11231 To access the Red Hook Ikea, I took the 4 train to Wall Street and then walked to Pier 11. There, I waited for the next Ikea Express Shuttle to take me from Manhattan directly to Red Hook. Upon arrival, dozens of people, mainly couples and families, hastily […]

Mycelium Project

Mycelium Project For my sustainable systems group project, I was assigned to grow mycelium to study and learn the possible uses of that material. Mycelium is an eco-friendly alternative to using plastic or styrofoam for packaging. The mycelium kit was purchased at Making Center Store with almost all the materials needed. The protocol was easy […]

Zine Project

For Integrative Studio (Fake), my class was assigned a Zine project in which we had to create a faux persona, documenting their life in a zine. At the beginning of the project, we explored artists whose work featured zines as well as discussed the purpose and types of zines available. I knew right away what […]