jung & single

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An "ephemeral" atlas of female tinder profiles in san francisco

What is an "Ephemeral" Atlas?

To help explain this, we need to define what each word respectively means:

ephemeral

[if-fem-er-uhl]

adjective

  1. lasting a very short time; short-lived; transitory.

  2. lasting but one day.

atlas

[at-luh s]

noun

  1. a bound collection of maps.

  2. a bound volume of charts, plates, or tables illustrating any subject.

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The Challenge:

Create an Atlas utilizing data that is considered "Ephemeral." I was tasked to utilize data that I have recorded that is not always permanently there, and, create an infographic of some sort that maps out that data. Then after mapping out the data, I had to draw some conclusions from that data.

As an example: One person recorded all the neighborhoods that had pumpkins on their porch during Halloween. She discovered that richer neighborhoods tended to have more pumpkins than poorer neighborhoods.

The Archetypes:

The concept of Archetypes were developed by Carl Jung (pronounced "Young")

a disciple of Sigmund Freud, a famous psychologist. Archetypes are universally recognized ideas or behavior patterns. Archetypal figures, which I chose to represent varying Tinder Profiles

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The Magician

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The concept of Archetypes were developed by Carl Jung (pronounced "Young")

a disciple of Sigmund Freud, a famous psychologist. Archetypes are universally recognized ideas or behavior patterns.

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The Challenge:

Create an Atlas utilizing data that is considered "Ephemeral." I was tasked to utilize data that I have recorded that is not always permanently there, and, create an infographic of some sort that maps out that data. Then after mapping out the data, I had to draw some conclusions from that data.

As an example: One person recorded all the neighborhoods that had pumpkins on their porch during Halloween. She discovered that richer neighborhoods tended to have more pumpkins than poorer neighborhoods.