The way a piece of artwork is interpreted will always be dependent on how that artwork is presented. For example, a static object will be viewed differently from a moving object, a 2D piece differently from a 3D object. This brief intended to explore how mobility and motion affect how we perceive artwork. I wanted to attempt, to convey an understanding of how the surface of a 3D vehicle and its ability to change in motion might affect how a piece of artwork may be interpreted.
My final piece is a selection of images and a video that adheres to these outlined principles.