Naive Forms

Featured in Framework 101 and Parsons CD Thesis ‘22

With time, we turn the visible world into designated meaning and language, quickly replacing looking with thinking. This book honors a fundamental, child-like experience of the world, one understood primarily through form.
Familiar objects of our environment are shown through the negative spaces of other objects around them, as a way to distort perception. The reader may find underlying connections and meanings between them, forming their own sense of the world.
The images were organized from sky objects to ground, indicated on the side of each french-fold. Full bleed images hide between them, prompting curiosity and discovery.