• Anthony Isaac

  • Reality Diagrams

    Industrial Design (MFA)

    Reality Diagrams
    Reality Diagrams is a growing collection of disparate artifacts that explore our inverted relationship with fantasy and reality and the irrational consumer culture that it creates. By investigating the instinctual, nostalgic, and cultural elements of the artifacts we cherish, this practice aims to clarify the phenomenological qualities that make one object or experience more enticingly “real” than another. Whether speculative or real-world, these objects suggest that becoming conscious, conceptual participants in the creation of our own reality is an opportunity to loosen our grip on the relatively small number of existential truths we hold. By creating comfort in this uncertainty, they may encourage people to accept the unconventional methods we will need to navigate our undeniably precarious future.
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