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    A poster, printed to make the shackles of my personal love/hate relationship with media visible, by exploring the simple symmetry of Western anal… Read More
    A poster, printed to make the shackles of my personal love/hate relationship with media visible, by exploring the simple symmetry of Western analogical representations of time. Read Less
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While taking my Master's Degree in Design & Multimedia, I was challenged by my then Design teacher Nuno Coelho to analyze my personal relation with various media during the course of a regular day, and then use those findings to visually represent that relationship.
 
After recognizing two different patterns on my daily interaction with these media (weekends and weekdays), I took the hint of an upside-down clock hanging around the lab and mirrored the digital reproduction of an analogue clock horizontally, to produce a continuous stream of information that allows me to represent days as though they're part of a continuous loop (as they so frequently are).