213.4 x 213.4 cm
Not For Sale
In the United States, cases of domestic violence and child abuse are increasing day by day. Although it is a very heavy subject, it is an important topic that will greatly influence a child's future. Schools and neighbors are obligated to report any signs of abuse, and child protective centers are responsible for taking action to prevent this from happening, with serious penalties for perpetrators. This is certainly not a story in news and internet articles, but surprisingly, because it can happen closer than we think. It is very important that people don't turn a blind eye to this abuse, so my project focuses on educating the audience about signs to look for, and the necessity of reporting. Instead of providing visual data and information through a clock project, I focused on appealing to the viewers and expressing how serious the victim's situation was and bringing empathy. The presentation also presented this desperate situation, irresponsible solution to it, and the direction we should go now.
Exhibitions with this piece
Joining the conversation on world matters, virtually.
The ASU Visual Communication Design Class of 2021 is thrilled to launch the first ever virtual senior exhibition, Unmute. This project is a culmination of months of work, forty-four passionate designers, two supportive professors, and a dedication to learn more about the world around us - all while collaborating and designing entirely online. Join us virtually, as we’ve partnered with VR-All-Art to create an immersive, interactive exhibition experience. Use the arrows on your keyboard to explore the virtual space, walking through each student’s unique exhibit. Click on highlighted items on each panel to dive deeper into the conversation.