Indra Aryani Nasti Nasruddin


As we know literacy is the source of science the more we are literate the more we know with the development of technology, litersipun also develops. We can no longer simply call literacy relating only to reading and writing letters and numbers. Because the letters and numbers are basically the means of carrier, delivery and storing information. Now, the information we get not only through letters and numbers. However, for the information presented through television broadcasts, we not only need the ability to read letters and numbers but also to read television, commonly called media literacy. This condition creates a challenge for us all to be able to live in a new world called the world of shortness of media, as well as the world whose communication antarmanusiannya increasingly relies on information and communication technology.

In this creation, the method used starts from the exploration stage by exploring the theme of "literacy" as well as extracting the source of information and visual refrence so as to find the brain in representing literacy. The next stage is experimentation by doing various experiment experiments visual design to find artistic forms in the form of alternative sketches. From the alternative sketches are selected to be manifested into papercut art form at the stage of formation (embodiment).

In the creation process this error occurs in cutting paper. This mistake is the driver of the emergence of a solution to cover the wrong scrap by forming a new pattern that looks more natural.


literacy, culture, brain, papercut

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