A map is a way of representing relationships between ideas, images, or words. A map collates information and assembles it and an ordered approach for the user. Mapping can take on any form. Mapping uses graphic representations of data, they convey values for information. My map uses the form, media to relate to ephemera. 

 

Q: How can I remember

the event occurring

Would it

really exist?

 

And remember

consciously or unconsciously

transforming,

clearly on the path.

 

because she rarely remembered

unspecific

 

some were obviously

reclusive,

thought it was real.

 

but moments later vanishes

from our memory. Even

these ephemeral traces soon vanish.

the substance of which we shall soon forget.

 

These words I chose were directly taken from an old, deteriorating book. These words will form the sentences and phrases I will use to create on concrete using ephemeral chalk typography. In public people will be interacting, walking and rubbing the work out. It will be faded and short lived due to weather and turn into ephemera. Directly relating to my convergent concept map.

These words convey my convergent thinking, many things coming together to form one, merging together, except it will then slowly disappear in many different ways. The map can be deteriorated by rain, scuffed out by feet, interacted with, driven over and will fade to just be a memory or ephemera. This conveys the concept behind assessment two. These words are forming together as one, but after the completion of assessment two, it will last a short amount of time. 

A map is a way of representing relationships between ideas, images, or words. A map collates information and assembles it and an ordered approach for the user. Mapping can take on any form. Mapping uses graphic representations of data, they convey values for information. My map uses the form, media to relate to ephemera. 

 

Q: How can I remember

the event occurring

Would it

really exist?

 

And remember

consciously or unconsciously

transforming,

clearly on the path.

 

because she rarely remembered

unspecific

 

some were obviously

reclusive,

thought it was real.

 

but moments later vanishes

from our memory. Even

these ephemeral traces soon vanish.

the substance of which we shall soon forget.

 

These words I chose were directly taken from an old, deteriorating book. These words will form the sentences and phrases I will use to create on concrete using ephemeral chalk typography. In public people will be interacting, walking and rubbing the work out. It will be faded and short lived due to weather and turn into ephemera. Directly relating to my convergent concept map.

These words convey my convergent thinking, many things coming together to form one, merging together, except it will then slowly disappear in many different ways. The map can be deteriorated by rain, scuffed out by feet, interacted with, driven over and will fade to just be a memory or ephemera. This conveys the concept behind assessment two. These words are forming together as one, but after the completion of assessment two, it will last a short amount of time. 

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