An exploration of relationships and boundaries between architecture and typography. Through complex research and design experimentation I challenged myself to create a sculptural representation of my findings. The concertina contains two quotes by professionals from each field which are juxtaposed on different sides and yet shown to be related.

 

Photography by Tip Photo

Sculptural

concertina

 

 

Adobe

Dmexco 2015

concept

design

Public artwork

with wayfinding function

I proposed a public artwork that could fulfil a wayfinding purpose in addition of being a piece of art. The aim of this project was to express an understanding that today’s users of public space are looking for a high quality experience, not only in terms of digital technology. The scope of the project involved creating a concept, simulative visuals and explanatory copy, as well as an overall multi-page layout and design.

 

Photography by Tip Photo

A 247sq.m. exhibition stand for Adobe Systems at Dmexco 2015 in Cologne, Germany, developed with Taylor Bennett Partners. I contributed the concept of a kinetic light sculpture which was then commissioned by Taylor Bennett Partners and installed to create a dynamic, constantly changing environment. 400 LED balls hung from the rigging, each controlled by an individual motor that enabled them to move independently or in sequence.

 

 

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Mixed media:  lino print in black, hand-cut paper letters in red, hand-cut paper map (offset) to suspend paper spot on a sewing thread.

Inspiration: urban spaces in the city and how the map can be altered in our memories. I created this piece to represent an act of reminiscing where a thread – emotional link, carries a very unique and personal meaning. Like the map creates a layer above the paper, so the memories in our minds.

 

This artwork with few others are being exhibited and sold at cafe Stir, Cambridge for 9 weeks starting 3rd Dec. 2018. 10% of sales will be donated to local charity WinterComfort. Please come to visit and enjoy.

 

Photography by Tip Photo

 

 

X marks

the spot

 

 

Spatial+Visual Design Gallery