Muse Conceptual Exhibtion by Michelle Poon

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DESIGN DETAILS
DESIGN NAME:
Muse

PRIMARY FUNCTION:
Conceptual Exhibtion

INSPIRATION:
The name ‘Muse’ is taken from the inspiration of Greek mythology. The Greek goddesses of art & music are the Muses. They are known as one entity, though there are actually 9 of them and each is unique in their own way. Its resonances with the concept of perception as perception could be understood universally to some extent, though still unique among each of us.

UNIQUE PROPERTIES / PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
Muse is an experimental design project studying the musical perception of the human through three installation experiences, two sensational and one logical. People are encouraged to interact with the installations and explore the music visually with their own perception. We try to understand how people understand music here.

OPERATION / FLOW / INTERACTION:
We perceive an object through sensations from our body and also our logical mindset which make sense of the sensations. Yet the channels for perceiving music is not limited to our ears only, but our eyes which see the performance, our hands and our bodies which feel the bass beat and frequencies. These information collected from the senses are sent to our brain to construct meaning and perception paved in to help making sense of the information collected.

PROJECT DURATION AND LOCATION:
The project started dwith the research stage from September 2019 to January 2020, and the execution stage from January 2020 to June 2020.

FITS BEST INTO CATEGORY:
Graphics, Illustration and Visual Communication Design

PRODUCTION / REALIZATION TECHNOLOGY:
Thermo-active fabric for the Senses. Acrylic Tiles for the Table. Antalis Skin Paper for printed matierals.

SPECIFICATIONS / TECHNICAL PROPERTIES:
The exhibition is proposed to be in Hong Kong Museum of Art Gallery 4. It includes three installations which is 2m x 2m x 3m each for two of the cylinder exhibits (the Senses and Shades) and three tables for the third interactive exhibit (the Table). There are also a set of printed materials, such as poster, brochures, printed and digital tickets, which align back to the exhibition brand.

TAGS:
exhibition, music, perception, visual communication, graphic design, experiement, conceptual

RESEARCH ABSTRACT:
Readings: Perception is ineffable. Any written language on the earth failed us in fully communicating perceptions. Perception could be sensed and understood, but not necessarily be spoken. This situation is even more significant when it comes to music as music is often known to be ‘expressive’, ‘intangible’ and ‘free flow’. Music is something that could not be 100% translated to verbal communication. Music is so vague that perception plays a really big role on how we feel and are moved about it. Musical Experiment: A group of audience were asked to finish a set of doodles while surrounded by a group of choral performers. From the results, it is understood that human focus on differences and similarities, ups and downs, stable sounds and changes, as well as flat tones and big contrasts. Human always try to find repetitive patterns in a song, which is a reference of what we have always been exposed to.

CHALLENGE:
Research part: With the current situation of coronavirus, I could not provide an extensive performance that surrounds the participants. This makes sensing spatiality less specific than in under a real performance as participants could only rely on their imaginations while listening to their headphones. Creative part: I stuggled to code or turn raw data into infographics or coded graphics. The topic of 'musical Perception' digs very deep into human psychology and it is somehow hard for anybody to understand the final deliverables. I developed a many possibilities before coming up wth using simple and minimalistic approach to code the raw dats collected.

ADDED DATE:
2020-09-17 14:08:59

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IMAGE CREDITS:
Michelle Kason

PATENTS/COPYRIGHTS:
Copyrights belong to Michelle Kasom, 2020

Visit the following page to learn more: https://www.michellekason.com/muse
CLIENT/STUDIO/BRAND DETAILS
NAME:
Michelle Kason

PROFILE:
Michelle is an award-winning young talent of the design industry based in Hong Kong. She has been working as a freelancer while studying communication design during university. She works on various range of projects, from branding to typesetting, to photography and spatial design.

NOMINATION DETAILS

Muse Conceptual Exhibtion by Michelle Poon is a Nominee in Graphics, Illustration and Visual Communication Design Category.

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AWARD DETAILS

Muse Conceptual Exhibtion by Michelle Poon is Winner in Graphics, Illustration and Visual Communication Design Category, 2020 - 2021.



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