Make More/Worry Less/Interactive Typographic Installation

Hester/Experimental Interactive Typographic Installation/Make More + Worry Less

Hester/Experimental Interactive Typographic Installation/Make More + Worry Less

Hester/Experimental Interactive Typographic Installation/Make More + Worry Less

Hester/Experimental Interactive Typographic Installation/Make More + Worry Less

Hester/Experimental Interactive Typographic Installation/Make More + Worry Less

Hester/Experimental Interactive Typographic Installation/Make More + Worry Less

Hester/Experimental Interactive Typographic Installation/Make More + Worry Less

Hester/Experimental Interactive Typographic Installation/Make More + Worry Less

Hester/Experimental Interactive Typographic Installation/Make More + Worry Less

Hester/Experimental Interactive Typographic Installation/Make More + Worry Less

Hester/Experimental Interactive Typographic Installation/Make More + Worry Less

Hester/Experimental Interactive Typographic Installation/Make More + Worry Less

This companionable piece takes advantage of marker technology that allows one marker to creating invisible masking elements on a page, and another that cannot effect the masked off area. I installed what appeared to be a blank sheet of 16 by 22 inch paper on a bulletin board in the Pollak hallway and provided markers for passersby to use if desired.

As participants interact with the piece, they indulge their creative impulses in a relaxed, playful manner. Visual expression becomes a source of great pleasure and anxiety in art and design programs. Get back to the joy of creating—Make More/Worry Less.

About Cassie Hester

///BFA Graphic Design, University of Georgia ///MFA Design, Virginia Commonwealth University ///Assistant Professor of Graphic Design at Mississippi State University ///experimentaltypography.com ///cassiehester.com instagram: @experimentaltypography

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