Author Archives: Laura

Hearts

Classmates: Thank you for such a warm and inspiring environment in class this semester. It was awesome to be making things with you guys and sharing them. People don’t do that enough in the wide world, is what I’ve concluded. … Continue reading

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Sending Away

In sending something, you don’t just send it to the other person—you also send it away from yourself. This is especially true of handwritten correspondence through the mail. Unless you take a picture of it beforehand (do you guys do … Continue reading

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Reading the City

Before reading part of Joe Austin’s “Taking the Train” this week, I had never thought to consider graffiti as a highly developed modality for writing or communication. This seems strange, given that it surrounded me, growing up, on the highways … Continue reading

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Preparing Eggs

Undertaking this signment, I wanted to think about what surface or material would define my act of writing, both in terms of what I wrote and how. I ended up enacting and then writing this recipe. Recipe for One (1) … Continue reading

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