Here are the pictures of my final piece in the exhibition space. As there was no space on the walls, I decided to cover a table in an old bed sheet. I begun by ironing the sheet so that the table looks neat and presentable. I positioned the charts where I wanted and begun to […]Read more "Exhibition"
Finally, the Pie charts are complete, I tried to create a diverse and dynamic feeling on each chart, demonstrating the things i interactive with on a daily basis. Some more interesting than others, but thats like my daily route, so of it is boring, and sometimes it is fun! From the steps before, I have […]Read more "My Pie Charts"
I have made a key of three different coloured pins, very simply by sticking white stickers onto the top of each pin, then neatly colouring them in 3 different colours. Yellow represents good things or positive activities, orange represents irrelevant things that aren’t bad or good, and red represents bad, things that I don’t do […]Read more "Key & Pins"
Using old magazines, which I read on a day to day basis, I collaged titles for each pie chart. It was a very simple and easy process, but has a very effective outcome. The words look bold and energetic, much like half the things I get up to. I tried to keep them in order […]Read more "Pie Chart Typeface"
Here are some of the pie charts made from different materials I come into contact with on a weekly basis. The charts have been constructed to a accurate measurement of how much I spend doing different activities over the course of 1 week. Some straight forwards others a bit more abstract. I used Foam Board […]Read more "Statistics of Me"
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"