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Lucia Klander 🤸‍♀️
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Diagramming 📊
Visual Thinking 👁️
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Utopia 🌻
Love Struck 💕

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The brief we were given required us to collect sixteen objects from our personal space and transform them into different outcomes, such as a publication, an animation, and a website. This exercise allowed me to explore how similar objects can be translated into different outcomes for an audience. I chose objects that had a significant impact on my daily life, whether it was because I didn't have them on my person or in my room. This made me reflect on the significance of material objects in our lives, which can be attributed to the western-capitalist environment that I was brought up in.


When it comes to design choices and how they were made, there were multiple factors that come into play. For myself, I was heavily influenced by my own personal experiences and how my brain forms connections to the objects I was working with.

I thoroughly enjoyed completing this brief as it provided me with the opportunity to explore and expand my creative thinking. The challenge of using only sixteen objects and three modes of translation was a unique and exciting one that allowed me to approach my work from different angles. Having limitations allowed me to focus more on the objects and modes of translation that I had chosen, and as a result, I was able to come up with even more creative and unique outcomes. I found myself thinking outside of the box and pushing the boundaries of my own creativity. In addition, I found that this brief allowed me to appreciate the power of constraints in the creative process. By having certain limitations, it forces you to think more creatively and come up with innovative solutions to problems. It's a valuable lesson that I will take with me in all of my creative endeavours going forward.