ČARA is a small set design project in which I manipulate kitsch objects bought in Chinese stores and the printed artworks of my classmates by combining them. It is a visual experiment in which I observe the influence of kitsch on their works and also what happens to kitsch in a new aesthetic environment. I assemble finished objects into compositions and try to create an artificial world with my own aesthetics.
When designing the exhibition system, I wanted to take into account the needs for variability and mobility. I tried to create the illusion that all parts of the system are made of one piece of material. The chosen material is a perforated metal sheet. My goal was to create an interesting atypical environment for exhibiting specific products of an art school.
Below you can see paper models of the exhibition system.
Small school exercise, in which I worked with data about the obscure use of lemons. I created still lifes that I turned into posters, that are divisible into smaller parts, so the infographics can also work independently.
It was the first time in my life that I smoked a cigarette... for the sake of my homework set design.