graphic designer

*** Hidden Figures ***
Category: Exhibition Design
Year: 2018
Mentors: Carolina Trigo

Hidden Figures speaks on ‘minorities’ seeking recognition for their contributions to the shaping of the United States of America. This exhibition aims to give these “less desirables” a voice, and a chance for the audience to come to terms with those ‘others’ who have shaped the way we live. For this project, I took roll of a designer, artist, and editor to ensure a personal connection. 

(This is a hypothetical student project done at ArtCenter College of Design.)
The Beginning: By investigating tools as mark-making devices, we are then able to see the invisible marks that are left behind.
Silhouettes: To further enhance this topic, I created silhouettes of typical labor workers and placed them in environments where they would be impossible to ignore.
Performance: I wanted to make an interactive performance that invited strangers to contribute to the mark makings and start a dialogue about these hidden figures.


Los Angeles, Califas.