Saturday, April 10, 2010

resolved model.

Piccinini's studio is below the gallery as this articulates her conceptual practice as a social critique, portraying not a particularly optimistic or bright view of the world, but using her art as a warning.
The gallery space is based upon these stairs. Artworks are placed on both sides of these zig-zag stairs. I chose to have my gallery upon stairs, as this allows the audience's experience to be transformed as they view the artworks.
Swallow's studio is above the gallery to suggest his status within the artworld. I have made this both a combination of a public and private space, as the audience is able to look up from the gallery. However, the doorway from the stairs up to the studio suggests its privacy.

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