Highlights - Year 1 Architecture Masters at Central Saint Martins [2022/23]
Group parade from the Building Centre to Bedford Square.
This was a performance to highlight the issues regarding land ownership of public green spaces in London.
Exhibition in Epping Forest.
Drawing responses to our relationship to the land and a pinnacle moment in our learning prior to Central Saint Martins.
Queering the Classroom.
Intervention of queering a towel dispenser in the British Library - a response to unequal bathroom provisions in public buildings. Our proposed nomadic device was a personification of a towel dispenser, and was called Towely.
The bathroom was an un-gendered space where you could confess all your secrets. Confessions would be scribbled onto the endless towel and fed back up into the face of Towely for people to add and respond to.
The world has been destroyed and the only organism that has survived is fungi. Using images we created on Dalle, that we then manipulated, we designed a utopian city built using mycelium. This task initiated conversations around some of the problematic issues regarding dalle and artificial intelligence.
This task produced two artefacts, a drawing and a poem. Focusing around power structures and the unused space beneath the railways, our drawing was completed on site and was a compilation of quotes from people who use and interact daily with the space.
We interviewed workers about how they thought the space could be better designed for their needs, and what made them go there in the first place. Our poems were a written documentation of these peoples’ stories.