Explore the ways in which typographically-driven identity systems function seamlessly with in a variety of traditional and emerging media. Emphasis will be placed on understanding the unique opportunities each media-type affords through Print, Screen and Spatial contexts.
I want to take New Art City (virtual gallery) further beyond current rebranding, I curated a virtual exhibition. I am always interested in feminism and always want to be part of feminism. When I thought about which topic can best connect feminism and virtual space together, cyberfeminism came to my mind. Cyberfeminism is a term to describe the work of feminists interested in theorizing, critiquing, and exploiting the Internet, cyberspace, and new media technologies in general. I collected three female artists who are active in this field. I found these three artists all use 16:9 frames/ box to present their work from large-scale projection to the small iPhone screen. So this 16:9 box influenced my visual system. I applied it to the posters, booklet, and web design. The posters introduced the artists and their work as well as information about the exhibition.
This exhibition presents the work of 3 women digital media artists from different generations, who use feminism, culture, and identity to investigate current political events, social conditions, and overlooked artistic legacies.