This experimental work has been composed for a human rights organisation which represents the interests of air pollution victims. The highly expressive motifs do not need words to attract attention. Printed on a cutting mat, foam strip or bubble wrap, the pictures also stand out because of their haptic qualities. In the context of the poster campaign, the carrier materials acquire a deeper meaning. They symbolise the attitude of those in power, blocking the citizens’ need for clean air and buffering the voices of the environmental victims.
[Red Dot: Junior Award]
National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taipei City, Taiwan
Chih-Wei Hsu, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology