Reflexive Forms

Bdes Thesis Project
Emily Carr University of Art & Design

Industrial/Product Design & Production,
Art Direction, Exhibition Design, Publication Design, Content Creation, Design Research, Styling & Photography 
Reflexive forms is a set of objects aimed to invite the public into a dialogue about anxiety and it’s personal repercussions. The project is meant to open up a small window into the private spaces where anxiety and panic exists. I am using my own relationship with anxiety as a way to access the delicate points of panic that exist throughout an anxiety attack. By addressing these points, through a series of tools for coping, the project hopes to create conversation around the intimacy of panic attacks and our tendency to overlook their severity and impact on everyday life.