The Gridded City: An installation exploring the spatial potentials of typography was created for Typography Biennale Typojanchi. Ten black walls of equal width are set at equal distances from each other, dividing the space into concrete and hollow zones. Utilising the main structuring and socially dividing element within a city, the installation investigates the relationship between private and public space while abstractly echoing the density of metropolitan areas. The strict repetition of the walls and the alignment of the installation is informed by both the architectural and typographic paradigms. A poster transfers the three dimensional structure back onto a flat surface.

With HelloMe design Studio