//Installation, Collaborative Class Project//
University of Dundee, 2018
The class was exploring the issue of underused city centre space and a shifting city centre considering the newly developed Waterfront in Dundee.
Our installation combined a 3D map and a triangular apparatus that reflects our own interpretation of a tension imposed by the changing city centre.
The map itself represents a linear timeline of Dundee’s iconic landmarks; from the creation of the Dundee Law through to the V&A on a horizontal axis. These landmarks occupy the timeline on a vertical axis with their individual latitudes defined relevant to sea level.
Other iconic landmarks included: The Royal Arch, The Caird Hall, The R.R.S. Discovery and The Mills Observatory.
This installation seeks to showcase a creative architectural intervention in reigniting pockets of underused city centre space and raise awareness for potential further cultural collaboration to keep the city centre alive.
/MY ROLE: PART OF THE DESIGN TEAM / DESIGN DEVELOPMENT / BUILDING OF THE INSTALLATION ON THE SITE / SOCIAL MEDIA PROMOTION / APPLICATION OF GRAPHIC DESIGN ON THE BOARDS / CONSTRUCTION TEAM
The photographs were taken at the official opening night on 17th November 2018. (by Nadine Franz and Jennifer Meyer)