9/11, an experimentation about the divergence of narratives in history2018
After the attacks of the 9/11 2011, the Government of the USA published its official report in a very consequent book of 585 pages, accessible here. This report proposes a version of the facts based on the analyses and investigations conducted by the Government. However, thousands of citizen have different opinions about the facts or simply don’t trust this version. This book is a personal experimentation about the divergence of narratives in history; it is an attempt at visualizing the different opinions emerging around this topic and which derange the order established by the theory of the Government. In this experimentation, the two sorts of narratives are put together in the same book; this offers a layering, a different reading and comprehension of the official report, augmented by different points of view, found on various websites (forums, conspiracy websites…). By a system of matching keywords between the official report and the citizen’s points of view, the original text is visually altered and semantically augmented by a paratext.
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Contextualised Information, an automated archive of online rumors2017
This project is a research about online journalism, rumors spreading and fake informations through new media and Internet. With the internet, a lot of fake information are now spread every seconds. The analysis of those rumors make us understand that for the majority, they are based on assumptions, predjudices and mental models. How can we save and encapsulate fake information from the web as they are viral and then demonstrate that they are often quickly modified? How can we trace them? How can we raise the awareness of people about this topic? This project was part of my master graduation and received the mention of excellence from the jury.
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Objets Lourds: exhibition catalogue2017
Catalogue for the exhibition Objets Lourds (March 2014). This exhibition questions the relation and confrontation between the notion of heaviness and lightness, while proposing a different approach to the traditional white cube space with displaying artworks suspended by air balloons. The catalogue was designed to match the non-linearity of the exhibition. The catalogue features reproductions (A3) of the 25 posters which are not bundled and can thus be reorganized or hang on the wall. Moreover, the list of the participants is showed regarding the floor plan. Each catalogue although has a different floor where the posters have always a different place in the space. This piece of the catalogue was coded (Processing) in order to generate this randomness.
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