*15 Perspectives*

Moving Poster

2018

This moving poster shows fifteen different perspectives of Latin numbers, from 1 to 15. It challenges how we perceive them. These numbers gradually become three-dimensional figures.

From 1 to 5, they have the least distortion: they turn in one direction. From 6 to 9, they rotate in two directions so that they are less recognizable at some moments compared to the former set. From 10 to 15, they have the biggest distortions to sincerely challenge our perception of these numbers. As the numbers consist of two sets of characters, they are separated by rotating in different directions and sometimes even combined into different groups as they turn and transform into three-dimensional figures.

The gradient colors tie the numbers together as one set and bring an intentional confusion to their dimensionality, even though they are apparently changing their form from two-dimensional to three-dimensional structures.

From 1 to 5, they have the least distortion: they turn in one direction. From 6 to 9, they rotate in two directions so that they are less recognizable at some moments compared to the former set. From 10 to 15, they have the biggest distortions to sincerely challenge our perception of these numbers. As the numbers consist of two sets of characters, they are separated by rotating in different directions and sometimes even combined into different groups as they turn and transform into three-dimensional figures.

The gradient colors tie the numbers together as one set and bring an intentional confusion to their dimensionality, even though they are apparently changing their form from two-dimensional to three-dimensional structures.