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We often refuse to hear and see things we don’t like that happen around us. It builds an invisible prison around us and impacts us profoundly in personal changes (family bonds, friendship, and affection) and group directions (politics, society, and nation).
We use the wire, which symbolizes “prison”, to make shapes of ears and eyes, and use the line, which represent the “fact”, to present sound wave. The closer the lines the less clear it becomes, and appropriate proportions can weaken the visibility of the slogan. The grey background of the series of posters strengthens the visual tension of the serious topic.
PING-CHEN,CHEN SHUN-MING,YANG ADVISOR:CHUN-CHUN,HOU