Lockers aims to re-interpret the 'defined' physical space of a seven-by-four locker grid by re-contextualizing their sociological purpose. It gains its aesthetic quality by the limitation of a pixel system in which visual images and typographic elements investigate the physical properties of the lockers.
It is based on 28 lockers from which I developed my concept: to create visual images and typographic elements on a very limited pixel system. This super low-resolution system created a rare opportunity for me to experience how far, as a visual artist, I could go on a very limited grid structure. Using a mundane object, like the lockers, also addressed the idea of using daily life objects as potential visual communication tools rather than only using their aimed functions.
Video: Onur Yazıcıgil
Sound Design: Jason Knox