I used randomness and chance to place the triangles when throwing them up into the air.
Sunday, August 28, 2011
Using the lengths of the walls that make up the corners in the fishbowl Room in London College Of Communication I created triangles.
I divided the lengths by 10 creating smaller dimensions that can be easily compared with one another. The final length of the triangles has be created by joining up the existing wall two lengths.
This book reveals the lengths of walls that make up the corners in the Fishbowl Room in London College Of Communication.
The System: Each page has a set grid to where the two measurements must be placed. The lengths of the measurements expressed are as large length it reads.
I adapted the book by placing photographic images of each corner behind the lengths.
The lines in this book expresses dimensions of the walls in the Fishbowl Room in London College Of Communication. Each diagram reveals a vertical line which is the height of the wall. The other two lines reveal the two lengths of wall that make up the corners. All lengths have been divided by ten to create dimensions that appear can be easily related to, as well allowing them to be comparable with one another.
I created a book to visually reveal the corners in the Fishbowl Room in London College Of Communication. The corners that point out wards, pop out of the book and the corners that go in, pop into the book. The corners are expressed photographically as well as their lengths written numerically.
A3 posters that reveal all the corners on one page. With the corners popping in and out.
I have documented the lengths of the walls that make up the corners of the Fishbowl Room in London College Of Communication. The size of the type is as large as the the length it reads. The text appears within the french folded pages, in the same way the corners reside within the room.