PHOTOGRAPHS FROM 1960S ARCHITECTURE MAGAZINE, PAINT MARKERS
We consistently encounter text in our daily lives. For dyslexics, text can be an uncomfortable image with side effects. This can cause disruption in processing information. In utilizing optical illusions as metaphors, you can see how dyslexics might perceive subtle movement in text when there is none.
For this series, I took images of products to show different ways you might encounter text. The visual illusions drawn on top of the text create a disruption for the viewer. The use of images from a 1960s architecture magazine pays homage to the emergence of Op-Art.
FOUND OBJECTS + PHOTOGRAM
The use of light-sensitive paper to capture the negative image of an object.
These images overlay the built environment with the natural environment to create compositional harmony and point out divisions in compatibility.