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The Meaning of Nothing

Item date(s): 2014

Carla Saunders


Medium: Thermal paper
Size: 210 x 12000mm
Technique: Digital image
Edition: Unique

Theme(s): Something vs. nothing

Place publication: Johannesburg
Publisher: The artist

Reference note:
Photography, light projector, fax machine, thermal paper

Two Formats:

Tangible - 12 meter long fax (thermal printing).

Digital image that one scrolls through in a digital space that explores notions between what is 'something' and what is 'nothing'.

I am a graphic designer that takes a critical approach in personal design projects. I have a particular interest in publication design and it has become the field of focus in my career along with working towards participating academically. The project submitted was done during my honours degree to be submitted to the ISTD. The brief addressed was a call for an editorial output that explored everything about one thing, my chosen subject was 'nothing'. The subject matter was explored from concept, through to process and brought across into format and the output of a narrative about nothing.



Exhibition notes:
;‘Booknesses: Contemporary South African Artist's Books’.

FADA Gallery, University of Johannesburg.

Curated by David Paton and Eugene Hon.

24 March - 5 May 2017



Ref: DP/17009













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