Brief:Create new narratives or compositions that have emerged from a source and explore processes of reframing/remixing/recontexualising.
Through experimental typographic treatment, I explore the conceptual compositions of Robert Frost poems and recontextualise Frost's creative attributes in his poetry.
An A5, 28 page publication
I explore the process of framing the compositions of words as if they were patterns. This revises poetry; how can words be extracted and taken out of context? Do they necessarily need to be legible or can the reader define body text at their own pace?
I challenge the visualisation of poetry through playful typographic treatment using typefaces that, in my opinion, define the contemporary age. The success of this brief has been the reinterpretation of one poet’s writing style and the subversion of narrative for readers.