An exhibition of work by visual communication students in response to the term popularised in the 1970's by Alvin Toffler; exhibits are informed by themes of content excess, sensory overload, fragmented decision making, and graphic malfunction in the 24/7 information economy
Thursday, 9 March 2017
Sharon Sutton - ZONE OUT HONE IN
There are two different types of listening; passive and active, we are bombarded by so much sensory input every day that we become passive listeners, we zone out and habituate. However, when actively listening we may hone in on details that would usually pass us by. My exhibit aims to demonstrate this by using mundane sounds.