In my graduation project, I decided to research graphic design on a non-traditional sense. I was fascinated by the interactivity and the way the observer was involved in the work, so he had the ability to interact with the environment and felt unique.
It is a collaboration with the viewer. In order to see and experience something, he has to do something for it. I wanted the observed work to be partly the work of the viewer himself.
I chose a form of posters because they are the most widespread and most basic form of passing on information. Theme of posters is sound and its visualization. Each responds to a different sound. Some of them are reactive, while there is noise around, others hear the tone you sing.
It's rear projection on pause papers, so the observer is given enough space to shout at the posters.