How To Achieve Comfort
How to Achieve Comfort initially was an attempt in trying to answer the question "why do I do the things I do" through data collection and surveillance.
In the span of 3 months I collected and documented data gathered from mundane everyday acts. These ranged from media I consumed, calorie intake, steps, time stamps of daily routine such as waking up and going to bed etc., in building up a body of source material to
cultivate and manifest a conclusion.
What happened instead was me losing grip with my self-worth and coming face-to-face with my complacency and how I have been labeling it as comfort. The revelation from seeing the patterns and repetition in my routine was pretty jarring to say the least making me question my self-worth both in my public and personal space, and the frustration with how nothing was falling into place made it worst. This booklet is a product of the amalgamation of coming to terms with my failure as a data designer, my self-worth, the trauma of having to perceived my existence and being convinced of how mundane it is, and my lack of confidence in my sincerity.
retrospective that turned into self indulges.