Image as Language as Image is an exhibition curated by Master of Communication Design students.
Crowdsourced content formed the body of the show, highlighting the interplay between text and image. We invited anyone to submit an image and a piece of text describing that image.
The show is concerned with the broadening of language and communication, and the proliferation and evolution of visual literacy. Image as Language as Image aims to explore the dichotomy that arises between text and image. The project explores the concept of an ‘interpretive spectrum’, while also providing reflections on the limits of representation. The show intends to encourage discussion around the practices, literacies and disparities of reading and viewing.