Dimensional Hierarchy is an exploration of environmental graphics, aiming to understand how form and space can help create hierarchy and affect meaning. A series of
typographic experiments were structured around the classifications of Artistotle’s Organon: posture, place, quantity, quality, action, relation, affection, and time. Weekly experiments explored a single classification through different materials, while increasing in
complexity from a single letter, to a word, to a phrase. From these preliminary experiments, four large scale typographic installations were created for this exhibition, each displaying a different way that type, message, and hierarchy can change when it interacts with space. A
process book is the final container for this project,
containing documentation of each experiment as well as the final installations.