This is a DIY dolly, which will film part of the ceremony at Cranbrook estate. Inspired by skateboarding, my work is heavily effected by what I’m passionate about. This sparked the idea of creating a new object using a small skateboard. I started by cutting out layers of plywood, and drilling them together. This will […]Read more "Skate Cam"
As the project came along, we developed our ideas to create a ceremony of the sculpture at Cranbrook Estate and to commemorate the work of ‘Lubetkin’ who designed the estate and the sculpture we will be performing on. During our studies we planned to film a ceremony like performance using the space of the sculpture […]Read more "Cranbrook Camera Angles"
This is a 1:25 scale, interactive model of Cranbrook Estate in Bethnal Green. It is made to demonstrate the perspective and feelings of walking down the main path which leads to nowhere. A sad and unfortunate event. The council didn’t have enough funding to by the land between the estate and Victoria Park, therefore the […]Read more "Cranbrook Estate Model"
William Burges Washstand was made in the 19th century, in 1880. Burges was a Victorian Architect and designer and designed the piece. John Walden handcrafted the Washstand. The design features a carved, painted and gilded wood, alongside a marble top and basin inset with silver; also two bronze taps. The piece demonstrates amazing skill and […]Read more "The Victorian Washstand"