The use of the body as an expressive medium within the art field has always been object of critique and censorship by politics and society.
The poster wants to show examples of different artists’ works that – from 1800 until today – have been victim of censorship due to their choice of embracing the human body’s representation as an artistic tool. The accent is on the path that censorship itself followed through the centuries, from a “physical” to a digital form. Facebook’s role within this scenario is visually recalled by the use of its colour palette that – through a chromatic growth towards the social network’s colour code – censors the artworks.
The design of the A1 poster shows information in a schematic way – as a catalogue would do – in order to offer a layer of lecture that demands from the audience an high concentration level: an interpretation explicitly opposed to the way we are used to in digital environments.
Art Censorship
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Art Censorship

The use of the body as an expressive medium within the art field has always been object of critique and censorship by politics and society. The p Read More
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