A visual collection emerges from waste

Diploma thesis Fachklasse St.Gallen

Hardcover: screenprint, open bookspin

265 pages

It is thrown away without thinking about an alternative benefit, yet if you consider waste as pure aesthetic, you can discover a very inspiring value in it. This universal collection is a unique playground and source of inspiration. The process of visual recycling does not produce any secondary material in the form of solid matter, but the resulting material is returned to society by means of image and vector data.


I have also tried to present the various analyses in a comprehensible way, so that the viewer can experience, visually, the potential of different forms  to be exploited. The resulting visual interpretations were archived and preserved on a data carrier. ​

Visual Recycling

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