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TO DO

Planning is temporal. Anticipation is persistent.

The stress of completion, success, and the inevitable need to organize, coerces daily activities into rituals. Lists are rituals, but they also facilitate rituals. Lists relieve the list-maker of the responsibility of remembering, but subsequently emphasize their inevitable incompletion. To Do is an insight into list making as a perennial coping mechanism; a cyclic mechanism that attacks anticipation, and then revives the same feelings it aims to suppress. 


Penn Fine Arts Thesis Show | 2015