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This collection of typographic and material responses
are results of critical reflections to one's intrinsic need for long-term relatability and belonging to a system.
Poli-Socio-Mimetic, a play on Bio-mimetics, considers self-willing and systemically ordained identity losses as antiphons to realities
of othering, rejection and marginalisation.
Type is taking the place of the objective that sets the norm of identity. This relating to multitudes of synthetic methods of conduct, mimic social adaptation processes in plays of metaphors and rhythm.
Choices to lose fractions or portions of one's self, are only partially driven by intrinsic desires to belong. These coefficients related to belonging, directly depend on the external acceptance and reciprocations of one's identities. If these identities are only partially acknowledged, the self will therefore accede to the othering and subsequently succumb to imposed inferiority.
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