Sounds Like A Choice

Sounds Like A Choice

To talk about privileges, one inevitably has to consider the implications and intersectionality of existing power structures. From the inner conflict of being shaped by a society that perpetuates your inferiority, to the empowerment of recognizing strength in differences, each statement comes with the baggage of having certain experiences, and the context of “who says it”.The aim of this work is to use graphic design and language as tools in attempting to grasp the intangible in everyday situations and to create room for discussion in the work itself as well as in its ongoing inquiry.
Professors
Diego Bontognali, Gilles Gavillet
Tag
éditorial

To talk about privileges, one inevitably has to consider the implications and intersectionality of existing power structures. From the inner conflict of being shaped by a society that perpetuates your inferiority, to the empowerment of recognizing strength in differences, each statement comes with the baggage of having certain experiences, and the context of “who says it”.The aim of this work is to use graphic design and language as tools in attempting to grasp the intangible in everyday situations and to create room for discussion in the work itself as well as in its ongoing inquiry.

Sounds Like A Choice
Sounds Like A Choice
Sounds Like A Choice
Sounds Like A Choice
Sounds Like A Choice
Sounds Like A Choice
Sounds Like A Choice
Sounds Like A Choice
Sounds Like A Choice
Sounds Like A Choice
Sounds Like A Choice
Sounds Like A Choice

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