Print, 2019

Lateral Movements in Multifaceted Time and Space is my Graphic Design MFA Thesis at RISD.
This book is a collection of investigations and experimentations on the reasons and consequences of a dominant, single point-of-view in current times.
I proposed four lateral movements: orient, shift, calibrate and soar to provokes multiple perspectives in the context of graphic design.
The core idea of the book is also influenced on the book design. The table of contents is a navigator of its system. Each movement occupies
one chapter and a chapter title in the running foot moves with a reader indicating where s/he’s at in the book space.