Channels & Forms
How is the neural network of artificial intelligence visualized? How do we study the optical face of well-being? How do we visually examine dualism in gender identity and what is the core of the aesthetic world of Icelandic confectionery packaging?
These kinds of questions were asked by students and teachers during the course Channels and Forms in the 3rd year of graphic design at the Iceland University of the Arts in the autumn of 2020.
Students developed visual representations of their BA thesis or individual aspects related to its content and research material. The process sought to shed light on and deepen the research as well as to communicate in different and interesting ways.