Dykotomy

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Meet Dykotomy, two distinct bodies of design work culminating in a final thesis exhibition. Both projects delve into the exploration of duality and the complexities of a concealed identity. As a queer woman who has wrestled with the experience of being closeted for a significant portion of my life, these works serve as a reflection on the profound impact of internalized homophobia on my personal journey. The creation of this thesis spanned from January 2021 to May 2022, encompassing a meticulous process that unfolded in several stages. It began with extensive research and the formation of ideas, which then transitioned into months of immersive experimentation and rigorous testing. Ultimately, this personal artistic endeavor culminated in an impactful final exhibition, later documented in book form.

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An image of the artist presenting in masculine but the image is spoiled with a glitter texture on top
A page design from the publication, an image mixed with text
A page design from the publication, an image mixed with text
A page design from the publication, an image mixed with text
A page design from the publication, an image mixed with text
A page design from the publication, an image mixed with text
A page design from the publication, an image mixed with text
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A poster design reminiscent of a school science textbook dissecting an arm and handA poster design reminiscent of a school science textbook dissecting a leg and foot
The artist surrounded by her large scale posters at the exhibition
A poster design reminiscent of a school science textbook dissecting a smile
A mock up of the book design inside panel with the research of the project created with a duotone effect in red and cream whiteA mock up of the book design inside panel with the research of the project created with a duotone effect in red and cream whiteA series of ortraits of the artist presenting in masculine and feminine with a duotone effect in red and cream whiteA series of ortraits of the artist presenting in masculine and feminine with a duotone effect in red and cream white

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