Date of Award
Master of Fine Arts (MFA)
We are immersed in an efficiency-and-profit-obsessed world where products are advancing for the sake of updates without meaningful outcomes. The products’ seemingly simple and seamless interfaces bear the marks of deception and promote the world’s obsessions as a norm. My work defines the visual language and methods that hide complex truth within invisible systems. I aim to strike through invisibility for greater transparency and visibility.
I employ techniques that dis-organize the guidelines and components of invisible systems, reframing expectations and opening up new ways of understanding our surroundings. I intend whimsical reconfigurations to act as a mirror, providing a moment to reflect on the current systems in which we operate and opening up a room for visual languages that manifest more meaningful values.
Kim, Mina, "Invisible Systems" (2023). Masters Theses. 1107.
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