Ines Le Cannellier


Class of: 2023

Major: Interior Design BFA

Medium: Digital Publication

Faculty: Audra Wolowiec

Prompt: This project is in response to our new realities, we will be shifting the focus to allow current place and circumstance to emerge and inspire our processes. We will utilize the diversity of locations and experiences to respond to the theme of Distance, through asking this question: from a distance, what do we notice? This final project will ask you to creatively develop your findings in an individual "chapter" that will be combined into one digital publication, to be printed as an online publication.

Distance is a reflection not only on the theme of distance as we are experiencing it now but also on larger themes of being and existing. As a human, I am always oscillating between two polls: movement and staticity, stability and imbalance, comfort and discomfort, sadness, and joy. I live in a dichotomous world where the built environment encompasses both my physical surroundings – manmade or natural – and my psych. The magazine incorporates the forms I am most comfortable with – photography, writing, and movement – in a way that I hope invites those who read it to feel inspired to contemplate and reflect. My design aesthetic is minimalist, therefore I have kept the graphics minimal, in order to translate this sensibility.