Master's thesis exploring deconstruction theory in graphic design.
Utilizing the entire space, I invited guests to explore the influences on the mastermind, Lewis Carroll. Using deconstruction theory I broke down the story into three "books." The first book is the poem "Jabberwocky," from "Alice in Wonderland." The second, the folded screen, explains the man and his interests. The third book was a series of posters explaining deconstruction. Actually, there were four books. The last book was the exhibition catalog.
Discovering Lewis Carroll's, "Jabberwocky" and "Alice in Wonderland," via the historical landscape and cultural context, I discovered that many well-known artists also interpreted these fantasies. Among them - Picasso, Braque and Chirico.
And then there's the dark side... Was Carroll a pedophile, a Peter Pan, or an innocent, safe in the company of non-judgmental children?
We ask the same questions about Michael Jackson...