SHUIXIN WANG


GRAPHIC DESIGNER // DIGITAL ARTIST // RISD 2023 // 


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SAMPLE REEL AND SELECTED PROJECTS

HYPNOPEDIA / MIND KAMIKAKUSHI / TRACE: ANTHROPOS RHYTHM / BIRD PIN
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HYPNOPEDIA

Multimedia / Vr Immersive Experience / Poster Design / Font Design
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MIND KAMIKAKUSHI

Experimental / Interactive Installation
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TRACE: ANTHROPOS RHYTHM

Experimental /  Interactive Installation
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BIRD PIN

Service Design / UI UX Design / Product Design

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REFRAMING THE SPACE WITH COLORS AND SHAPES

Poster Series / Physical Models / Game Design
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MEMORY OF THE PANDEMIC

Poster Series/ Interactive
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STRIKING CHORDS: MUSIC IN UKIYO-E PRINTS

Poster/ Book Design / Curation
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THE SPRING, THE ILLUSION

Experimental /  Interactive Imagery

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THE PLIGHTS OF WOMEN

Poster Series

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TYPEFACE POSTCARD

Postcard Design

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MIND KAMIKAKUSHI


Experimental // Interactive Installation



“Kamikakushi,” meaning “hidden by gods,” describes people vanishing from reality, often led into an unseen, mystical world by supernatural forces. “Mind wandering” involves the spirit or consciousness leaving the body, diverting from current tasks to enter a different state or dimension. Both concepts depict a separation from reality, driven by forces beyond personal control. Kamikakushi typically signifies a physical disappearance, while mind wandering represents an internal, spiritual journey, potentially granting access to otherwise unperceived insights.

This prompts the question: Can mind wandering be viewed as a brief spiritual Kamikakushi, where people unconsciously drift from reality, touching a wondrous spiritual realm? This project explores this invisible mental voyage, using a unique visual language to deepen our understanding of mind wandering, offering new perspectives and insights.