Vote For X! A participatory exhibition about X

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Platform Gallery
Kingston University
Knights Park Campus
Kingston upon Thames, KT1 2QJ

5th May – 8th May 2015
Open/private view Tuesday 5th May 5.30-7.00pm

This exhibition converges Senior Lecturer, Cathy Gale’s recent PhD with election week. Her practice-based research concerns the value of ambiguity in graphic design and employs the multiplicities of X as a visual argument. X is used to mean yes, no and also maybe, simultaneously. This is an interesting paradox for graphic design: a discipline primarily concerned with the clear and unambiguous communication of a message. Should X only stand for positive ideas? Is X the best sign for protest? Should X be allowed to continue as an ambiguous sign? Join the debate. ​Even if you cannot vote in the election – you can vote for X.