Disturbed Boundaries
Moon Jung Jang

April 3-17, 2009
Gallery N231*
Lamar Dodd School of Art, UGA

A boundary is a line that marks the limits of an area; a dividing line. It often means a limit of a subject or sphere of activity relating to political, geographical, and ideological spaces. This research focuses on the relationship between physical borders and metaphoric spaces in typography. With typographic experiments, I explore the behaviors of borderlines in dealing with a mathematical standardization of the stroke tools, whether highly expected or more challenging and unexpected. Most importantly, I seek to create meaningful space through disturbed boundaries.

* Graphic Design, 2nd Floor, Glass corner at the end of the North Wing

Thank you for UGA professors, staffs and students who participated in the project 'I am a boundary'

Poster
Disturbed Boundaries: Poster


Disturbed Boundaries #01 


Disturbed Boundaries #02 


Disturbed Boundaries #03 


Disturbed Boundaries #04 

Athens, GA
After 6inches snow, I am a boundary: Athens, GA


I am a boundary #01 


I am a boundary #02 


I am a boundary #03 


I am a boundary #04 


Invisible Boundary 


Invisible Boundary & Security Chair