was an art exhibition that was a response to the lack of “safe spaces” on the campus of Appalachian State. Once people are transparent with their feelings then can we take the step to overcome the things that hold us back. We wanted to design a space that hopefully would make our audience feel comfortable with sharing personal fears and insecurities. Even without submitting to TRANSFLUX, reading the hundreds of responses to the space, provides the audience with a sense of community and unity when it was needed most.
Our goal was to create a safe, yet inviting place for people to share fear and or insecurities. We paid very close attention to color theory, and how that can affect how people react to a given space. All in all, we received hundreds of responses, plenty of social media post about the show, and a great turnout for the reception.
Client: Looking Glass Gallery
Type of Design: Editorial, Illustration, Experimental, Interaction & Exhibition.
Medium: Ballons (clear & orange) Vinyl (signage) Nails, Card Stock (responses) Orange paint, Moveable Walls,