Memories and Process

For my  process research, I’m doing some work on memory. My PhD focuses on comics as a way to interrogate how we communicate via narratives. This year, I spent a lot of time analyzing how authors dealt with memory, specifically how they authenticated their childhood memories. This series is an examination of daily routines, starting at age 30 in 2013, and working back in 5 year increments.

As I’m also interested in how comics communicate differently from other mediums, I thought it would be interesting to document some of these routines in other formats, like vine, prose, photo-essays, etc. I’ve formatted the comics for Team Girl Comic’s webcomic (although they also live in a slightly augmented print format as well). I thought this would be a nice outlet for some of the work to reach a wider audience.

Here is my current breakfast routine in comic, vine and instagram photo essay form.

Comic version:

TGC Webcomic-Daily 2013

Vine version:







Which are based on this recipe:

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