djcad degree show

The contemporary shopping centre, while sleek, bright and unremarkably modern, is constructed with a sense of possibility, optimism and aspiration. Reimagining aspects of the retail environment in multimedia collage and sculpture, I explore the connections and overlaps between fragmented and subjective interpretations of a familiar space. Past the larger-than-life posters at installation’s entrance, the perspectives of the architect, retail worker and centre pedestrian share a platform, while the installation as a whole – emulating the shopping centre’s light and bright construction, directional design and ambiguous state between public and private – considers what it may have in common with the setting of the white cube gallery.