THESIS


Passerby Gallery served to display my thesis studies, investigating the relationship between Past, Present, Future, Impermenance. The gallery was installed in the alleyway beside my duplex, frequented by neighbors, hospital staff and patients cutting through to the hospital nearby.

2x3ft posters were designed (Future), printed and installed on a 6x3ft homemade billboard (Present) every day in order to create a constantly evolving gallery. Every poster was inevitably covered and buried behind a new poster (Past), aging and peeling as more posters stacked on top until eventually a natural (2) or unnatural (1) element removed them from the billboard  (Impermanence).

The first three posters reveal a personal relationship with time, acting as both meta and physical manifestations of the thesis study. Subsequent posters included
collaborations and submission between local and nationional designers during the summer of 2020. Artists were open to interpret the 2x3ft space as they wished.

︎︎︎ Inspired and sanctioned by designer Erik Brandt’s Ficciones Typografika project.