This was our first project upon entering graduate school. We were assigned 12 tasks and were sent around Providence to complete them and to create an archive of materials. I had to take these materials and incorporate them all into a 16 page signature that I then bound into a book with the signatures of my 13 other classmates. I began my tasks by first entering into the Providence Athenaeum, and selecting a few books through the process of chance. I landed on three books which drove the narrative of my spreads: a book of the universe, a poem about a “Matriarch”, and a book about middle eastern mythology. As a result my section of the Atlas maps the Venus Aphrodite Crater, with excerpts of The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath, my own writing and images of what I observed during my first weeks in an unknown place.