Parsons / The New School

BFA Communication Design

Thesis 2015–16

Jiawei Yan
Morphosis

Interpreting art can be an intangible task in case one has not the opportunity to visit international museums, galleries or festivals. However, it is important to engage with art through all senses and in the interactive way. Also, different interpretations from public matters. Morphosis is a monthly publication focusing on the immersive experience of understanding art. Each month, one artist is introduced by five selected works. In each publication, it provides visual pathway of how we communicate in a painting that we can’t necessary articulate, feeling or states who we are. The works themselves are hidden in a folded page and the reader only gets to read a quote about the piece followed by visuals created by visitors of museums and galleries as a response to the work itself. This interactive approach to the artwork invites the reader to engage with the work and create their own responses later on in order to better engaging with art.

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Parsons / The New School

BFA Communication Design
Thesis 2015–16