ChoreoGraphic Design


This thesis project was in development for 6 months in 2014/2015 and is based on the relationship between the process of dance choreography and graphic design. It explores their common elements and focuses on creating a new creative language through a series of visual experiments. I had taken a choreographic approach and applied it to graphic design methods considering a variety of materials and production processes. The most dominant area of interest lays within the process of creation in choreography and design and in defining their mutual DNA. Many experiments were explored and the outcomes are surprising and spontaneous. There was no specific final project in mind but rather a visual showcase of the process in flux.