A thesis presented by Qiwen Ju, in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree Master of Fine Arts in Graphic Design in the Department of Graphic Design of the Rhode Island School of Design in Providence, Rhode Island. 

Opening Apertures
Relevant Terms
Multiple Perspectives
︎︎︎ Stereotype
︎︎︎ Stop Asian Hate Poster
︎︎︎ On This Day
Interview with Yiyang Hei
Shifting Perspective
︎︎︎ Maze
︎︎︎ Alienation
︎︎︎ Moiré Typeface
Studying Perspective
︎︎︎ Reframing Story
My Perspective
︎︎︎ Escape From Reality
︎︎︎ El Lissitzky And Werner Jeker
︎︎︎ The Grid
︎︎︎ If You Could See What I Hear



On the Soul and On Memory and Recollection,  by Aristotle (Author), Joe Sachs (Translator)
In the book, On the Soul, Aristotle said: “Now for the thinking soul images take the place of direct perceptions; and when it asserts or denies that they are good or bad, it avoids or pursues them. Hence the soul never thinks without a mental image.” While I have spent a lot of time studying multiple perspectives and shifting perspec-tive, I seem to have overlooked an important issue. That is human perception. When a person is looking at an object, what do they see? What are they thinking? The two actions of looking and thinking affect the human perspective simultaneously so I will delve into the human senses through design in this section.