Archiving, in all of its experimental forms, can be an extremely revealing action. The very nature of categorizing, editing and painstakingly reviewing personal or public materials speaks to their impact. In my project I moved through several iterations of archiving and categorizing while becoming very familiar with the group of images I curated.
Through this process I looked into the removal of context, one's personal impact on an archive, and how different people approach the same cultural backlog. This thesis considers how the reworking of material could change their relation to one another and larger body of work. This kind of alteration revealed how even a small shift in perspective can change the overall outcome dramatically and create endless differing archives from a single starting point.