Type as Image
The three examples of Type as Image are all built on the script from the movie, "Stranger than Fiction." Each of these were created to illustrate a different perspective on our human relationship to order, routine, a construct of time, our need for connection versus isolation, and our response to change. From the symbol of the unraveling order of the cube, to the chaos of time and routine isolated in a watch, to the overwhelming qualities of time and routine that can dominate and unravel the fabric of connection, it is the human experience that drives the visual message. The first image also relates the message in orderly formed columns so that the narration monologue can be read while the image refrains from such an intention.
In 2019, I was proud to discover that the first image had been selected by my professors for display in a student exhibit closing the school year, (pictured on left). I had not applied for consideration, and was deeply honored.