The challenge of this brief for me, was not only to design a striking and decorative static piece, but to also address the effect of the shadow created by it. Experimenting within the realms of two and three dimensions, my aim was to create a visual effect that was present in both.
Along with elements of optical illusion, the pattern repeat also makes reference to the abundance of sleek and linear architectural forms around us. Be it a window, door, gate, or railing, the changing pace and width of apertures are forever present, creating bold shapes and lines that weave a sense of structure and order. The nature of the pattern on the screen aims to emulate this in it’s shadow, which is directly affected by the ever changing angle and position of the light.
Above all, both the screens surface pattern and it’s three-dimensional projection into space aim to provide a visually exciting experience.