Chromatic Consciousness: An Exploration of Human Identity through Textiles and Technology

By: Hope Palattella '16

Advising Faculty: Denise Pelletier, Shawn Hove, James Lee

“Chromatic Consciousness” was an multimedia art installation that combined choreographed video projections, dyed fabric, handwritten text, and LED lighting. With her project, Hope intended to investigate the universal threads of human experience by exploring memory as a foundation for self- identity and perception. In examining how human identity is established, Hope broke down her own experiences, memories, and dreams. Hope’s installation was part of the Art Department Seniors Major’s Art Exhibition.

Internship: Design and social media at Thirst Juice Co. and Ideometry Co., Boston, Massachusetts

Related Fields: Ammerman Center, Art, Computer Science