Dan Romanoski / 2017 Thesis Candidate
Dan Romanoski is a graphic designer working through digital and print mediums to explore interpretive design. Instead of dictating a message to a viewer, he attempts to enter a conversation by playing with the distortion of hierarchy, legibility and message, often crossing the threshold of instant cognition into abstraction.
Moments of miscommunication, points of confusion, degradation, and distortion are used to deconstruct language and its semiotic networks, creating the space to converse with the viewer. Romanoski looks for situations that call for re-interpretations and new conversations, exploring counterforms where holes have been opened, allowing new information to be revealed and considered.
Be sure to join us on Friday, May 12th from 6-9pm at the MFA Graduate Studios to enjoy Dan‘s thesis work, along with the other 2017 graduates!
For more information: visit Dan Romanoski online.