What topic has your classmate chosen to defend?
The rapid consumption of naturual resources.
Do any of the cells in the matrix make you agree more with your classmate? What about less?
The empty plate image is powerful and provides a really good analogy especially when paired with the text in the middle column. I feel the subjective row of images pairing with the text is less powerful, the one of the right feels a bit disconnected from the main issue.
Has your classmate missplaced either text or image content in the matrix? If so, what effect does that have.
Would another combination of text and image from this matrix make a more compelling argument for the chosen cause?
The subjective image could be more over the top, more exggerated to show user consumption.
Do you have any other feedback to share?
1. What topic has your classmate chosen to defend?
2. Do any of the cells in the matrix make you agree more with your classmate? What about less?
More: I really like the objective image with the idiosyncratic text. It seemingly looks like just another landscape until the caption makes you look closer. The idiosyncratic image is also a really nice pun on the word “consumption”. “You are what you consume” also has a nice image in that it’s referencing different types of consumption in one.
Less: The objective text in the subjective image doesn’t really say much to me – the statistic seems logical and doesn’t really expand on the consumption issue.
3. Has your classmate missplaced either text or image content in the matrix? If so, what effect does that have.
No, they all fit pretty well, although I don’t really understand the idiosyncratic text in the idiosyncratic image. What do you fill when you kill..?
films year 2020
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John Caserta, instructor