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Bachelor – Graphic Design
Data Design


With data playing a significant part in our daily lives, with people taking countless photos, keeping diverse notes, and tracking various aspects of their lives on their phones. Even our memories can be considered data, turning our brains into datasets that are internalized in our egos. This constant manipulation of personal data raises the question of what we would be like without it.

While being surrounded by our own data, we start to ponder whether it molds us into who we are. If all our data would be taken away, would we still retain our essence? Are we defined by our inherent characteristics or is it the collection of our own data that shapes our identity? If we were to erase all traces of our personal data, would we eventually revert back to the person we once were? If we forget about everything, how would others perceive us? These question regarding the impact of our personal data on our lives serve as the driving force behind this project.

Taking inspiration from various filmmakers and artists, such as: Wong Kar-Wai, Takeshi Kitano, and more, the short film employs two distinct environments to portray the profound influence of data and how it shapes us. Remember aim to shed light on this subject matter. Attempting to provoke devvep contemplation in the viewer, encouraging them to engage in meaningful discussions.

Throughout the film, various metaphors are employed, such as reading and writing, to symbolize the absorption and generation of data. The use of color grading, shooting style, audio, and narration are used as crucial techniques to create a dreamy, personal, and emotional film. The script, influenced by extensive research, interviews, and real-life experiences, approaches the topic in an abstract manner, intentionally avoiding explicit references to data. This approach allows the audience to contemplate
the subject more broadly.

Remember seeks to delve into the intricate relationship between personal data and our sense of self. By examining how personal data influences us, the project strives to discover whether it truly shapes our identities, questioning our existing beliefs about ourselves. ­­

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