Perspective Senior Capstone Exhibition


A two semester project that went in depth in solving a social design problem. More specifically my design problem was to help foster communication about issues that people are concerned about today.

Perspective is important and is still a topic of discussion four years later. Therefore I created a three-dimensional piece to emphasize my point. The structure was built from paper balls that were originally statements regarding various perspectives. These perspectives were about people's personal lives and views.

The paper balls were then hung onto a structure to create an illusion. On one side the viewer of the structure will see a check mark and on the other and ‘x’ mark. This was to convey that what you might view as right, others might view as wrong.

The project also had a small design asset, a postcard. This was to encourage people in the exhibit to send a note to people who might have different views than them to start a conversation.

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