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|Starting Material=<span style="color:#0000ff">Air</span>
|Title or Name of Final Outcome=Coronaesthetics
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|Title or Name of Final Outcome=<span style="color:#0000ff">Coronaesthetics</span>
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|Brief Project Description=This project started out as a challenge to explore air as a material for making. It became a deep dive into the visual language surrounding a virus within an information sphere that is moving at lightning speed. How as a designer can you contribute to a visual language that takes the  implications of social distancing into account? How to inform without feeding panic or cultivating obsessive preoccupation with news?
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|Brief Project Description=<span style="color:#0000ff">''This project started out as a challenge to explore air as a material for making. It became a deep dive into the visual language surrounding a virus within an information sphere that is moving at lightning speed. How as a designer can you contribute to a visual language that takes the  implications of social distancing into account? How to inform without feeding panic or cultivating obsessive preoccupation with news?''</span>
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|Email contact (optional)=g.c.c.marks@hr.nl
 
|Email contact (optional)=g.c.c.marks@hr.nl
 
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Revision as of 12:04, 15 March 2020

Gabrielle Marks
Maker Gabrielle Marks
Starting Material Air
Title or Name of Final Outcome Coronaesthetics
Tags tool, method
Brief Project Description This project started out as a challenge to explore air as a material for making. It became a deep dive into the visual language surrounding a virus within an information sphere that is moving at lightning speed. How as a designer can you contribute to a visual language that takes the implications of social distancing into account? How to inform without feeding panic or cultivating obsessive preoccupation with news?
Stations Research
Email contact (optional) g.c.c.marks@hr.nl