“It’s all too true” is an excerpt from a headline in a London newspaper.

This project explores the language utilised by newspapers, focusing on their headlines. Exploring specific words highlighted by journalistic platforms and going deeper into the reasoning behind the systematic structuring of words, phrases and language to understand how it is utilised and manipulated.
        Can words be neutral? Can the language used or not used in media change the narrative, the meaning, the subject? What if a word becomes the product of change?
        Following these questions, a new formula has been created to extrapolate words from headlines and give them a new context and a different shape.
        The final product makes significant words visually bigger and louder, allowing the audience to interact with them in an uncomfortable way to highlight editorial influence. The public are asked to shift strong meaning words around to try understand and question their value in relations with others.