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Memories of a Future Past /
Exhibition

ALTERNATE TITLE:
ERINNERUNGEN AN EINE ZUKUNFT GEFÜHRT 未来の思い出は渡された

Memories of a Future Past / Exhibition

ALTERNATE TITLE:
ERINNERUNGEN AN EINE ZUKUNFT GEFÜHRT 未来の思い出は渡された

Memories of a Future Past
/ Exhibition

ALTERNATE TITLE –
ERINNERUNGEN AN EINE ZUKUNFT GEFÜHRT
未来の思い出は渡された

ALTERNATE REALITIES /
NEW WORLD SCHOOL OF THE ARTS
In collaboration with the designer Kelvin Kottke, this piece was created for the exhibition Alternate Realities held at New World School of the Arts.

Titled Memories of a future Past, this piece showcases an alternate reality where World War II ended quite differently. Rather than emphasizing the political outcome, this piece explores the overwhelming influence of German and Japanese culture on consumerism. When walking into the created space, there is a nostalgia that is at once uncanny yet familiar, due to the international prevalence of German and Japanese cultures even today. This piece is also a personal investigation for both artists involved as it questions what memories could have been made had we grown up fully immersed in our respective heritages. 

ALTERNATE REALITIES /
NEW WORLD SCHOOL OF THE ARTS
In collaboration with the designer Kelvin Kottke, this piece was created for the exhibition Alternate Realities held at New World School of the Arts.

Titled Memories of a future Past, this piece showcases an alternate reality where World War II ended quite differently. Rather than emphasizing the political outcome, this piece explores the overwhelming influence of German and Japanese culture on consumerism. When walking into the created space, there is a nostalgia that is at once uncanny yet familiar, due to the international prevalence of German and Japanese cultures even today. This piece is also a personal investigation for both artists involved as it questions what memories could have been made had we grown up fully immersed in our respective heritages. 

ALTERNATE REALITIES / NEW WORLD SCHOOL OF THE ARTS
In collaboration with the designer Kelvin Kottke, this piece was created for the exhibition Alternate Realities held at New World School of the Arts.

Titled Memories of a future Past, this piece showcases an alternate reality where World War II ended quite differently. Rather than emphasizing the political outcome, this piece explores the overwhelming influence of German and Japanese culture on consumerism. When walking into the created space, there is a nostalgia that is at once uncanny yet familiar, due to the international prevalence of German and Japanese cultures even today. This piece is also a personal investigation for both artists involved as it questions what memories could have been made had we grown up fully immersed in our respective heritages. 

Listed Under:
Exhibition
Multi-media
Installation
2D Design
Motion Graphics
Digital Design

Listed Under:
Exhibition
Multi-media
Installation
2D Design
Motion Graphics
Digital Design

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Selected Works

Mineral Co.Branding

The Fragrance ExperimentPackage Design

Men's Body CarePackage Design

Google Play MusicUI / Illustration

Amber & ArganPackage Design

Memories of a Future PastMulti-Media Installation

Magic in the AirPackage Design

Romance Photo SeriesArt Direction

Half & Half: A SearchInstallation

Silk ScarfIllustration

Celebrate Body CarePackage Design

Skyscape WallpapersIllustration

Abstract DesignsPrint Design

Insect IllustrationsIllustration

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