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BEAZIYT WORCOU

Beaziyt Worcou
Art holds a high place in my life: Damp, study of an artist at 21.
2016

Art Holds a high place in my life is a year long curatorial exhibition curated by Rosemary Forde. The exhibition documents the work of the melbourne artist collective, Damp, through exhibitions, installations, talks, and study groups. The graphic identity for the exhibition was produced during a two week workshop led by four members of Damp (Narelle Desmond, Sharon Goodwin, Deb Kunda, and James Lynch) involving sixteen fine art, architecture, and communication design students.

Hi, I'm Beaziyt Worcou. I'm a Melbourne based graphic designer currently completing a Bachelor in Communication Design at Monash Art Design and Architecture. I work mainly with printed matter, graphic identities, and typography but am always looking for opportunities to work in close collaboration on all kinds of projects. If you'd like to get in touch, please contact: hello@beaziyt.info

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Beaziyt Worcou
Us Them West Other
2016

Us Them West Other is a critique of western narratives regarding terror related deaths in mainstream journalism. Us Them West Other interrogates the double standard apparent in mainstream US media that presents a one dimensional narrative of the notion of terrorism.

Beaziyt Worcou
General Practise
2016

General Practise or; Towards reflexive inquiry: autonomy of institutional pedagogy; Diversion From Material existence or; Critical Surrealism in Systems OF representational content or; Divisional Rejection of Progressive practise: Conventional actualisation as Dominant Hegemony or; Form without Finality without Function without Feeling without…or; Is Nihilism…or; What investigative practice rejects is everything or; On: Explorative propositional Inquiry towards Haptik intangibility or; Ancient Modernity in current Global paradigms or; Discipline, the exhibition––titled all nine of the names listed above, was a collaborative experiment in design fiction.

Beaziyt Worcou
Swamped: Future water scenarios for Elwood
2016

Focussing on Elwood as a case study, and then expanding to explore the Elster Creek catchment and the related terrains of the Victorian Southern Lowlands, 'Swamped: Future water scenarios for Elwood' is a multi-disciplinary exhibition that speculates on the impacts that climate change and rapid urbanisation may have on these types of environments, and the possible futures that can be imagined for them.

Beaziyt Worcou
forms of resistance
2016

‘forms of resistance’ is an archive that explores political flags of the past century. The publication examines their significance as forms of resistance with images that focus on the act of a political gesture. By exploring this connection, forms of resistance aims to illuminate an alternative way of mapping the trajectory of the social and political activity of our society.

Beaziyt Worcou

Monash University
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