Portfolio Layout

In terms of portfolio, I am looking into having puzzles creating a big picture; because that is the basically how memory works – small elements arranged of different hierarchies placed in the most random order to create a big picture. However portfolio wise, I am putting aside the random order in order to make the presentation…

Post Crit 07022016

Works presented: Comments: “What Dungeness remembers” drawings need to be bigger to tell the stories. Some ideas didn’t come across the presentation (False memory, memory as unreliable narrator) When does the overlap of timeline happen? How memory behaves over time? how to draw time? (experimenting with repetitive sketch with different people who have visited the…

To Do for Week 2 Crit

To-do: Draw out all material findings (memory, implanting a false memory, personified Dungeness, Chenobyl) Decide on the programs in the nuclear power station and how they bridge with one another. Choreograph movements of the users in the nuclear power station. To present on week 2: Archive vs memory – how memory doesn’t work as an archive….

Post Cross Crit

Works presented: Map of Dungeness 1km radius from Dungeness Power Station B, showing nearby buildings around proposed site. Speculative section of the nuclear power station after visit to Dungeness. Flowchart of stages of decomission of nuclear power stations in UK. Diagram illustrating the stages of decomission and spaces which are safe/contaminated. Precedent studies (FRAC, C-Mine, Salina…

Post Dungeness

For the trip to Dungeness, I have carried out two fields of research, thus having several methods: Dungeness Nuclear Power Station B’s original structure; using drawing via memory (hoping my photographic memory works though!) Local vegetation documentation; using photography and (some) sample taken for further experiments. As for the power station, I found out that…