In the summer of 2014, a group of 23, including myself, traveled Iceland studying post-humanist philosophies. Post-humanism examines the subjectivity of interaction and embodiment, human or otherwise. Within the limitations of words and constructed boundaries, I consider myself human, made up of atoms and cells and skin. This project explores the necessity of relatable constructs as defined by our individual and shared perceptions.

No two moments
are ever the same.

No rainbow is seen
the same way by any who look.