For one of our one week briefs at the beginning of term we were given the task to choose an invisible phenomenon and visualise it. I chose Air.
After finding out what air consisted of, I started to look at the idea of how air is around us all the time even though we can't see it; it creates an invisible net around us and all the different gases work together to create a perfect balance, every moment of every day, so that we can live. I also looked at the idea of Rayleigh Scattering and how air can create beautiful things such as the blues in the sky and the deep oranges and reds of a sunset.
For the final outcome I created a simple series of photographs of everyday sights, and overlaid them with tracing paper. Onto the tracing paper I printed the different elements that are found in air. The shape of the elements doesn't just refer to their molecular structure but also to the way they seamlessly fit and work together.