Syzygy: a straight line configuration of three celestial bodies. The RMIT Graphic Design exhibition represents the coming together of all students and their hard work over the past two years.
In astronomy, SYZYGY is a straight-line configuration between three celestial bodies in a gravitational system. SYZYGY is often used in reference to the Sun, Earth, and either the Moon or a planet.
For the students of the RMIT Associate Degree and Advanced Diploma in Graphic Design, this exhibition represents their own SYZYGY of alignment: The coming together of all students and their hard work over the past two years to form this special night.
This exhibition weaves together the past, present and future for these emerging graphic designers;
The Associate Degree students' capstone works and the Advanced Diploma students' final pieces are the result of the past two years of accelerated creative learning. They embody each student's present skills and interests and most importantly, they foreshadow what the next wave of inspired graphic designers will bring.
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