Save Yourself is an interactive installation looking at how the individual plays its role in saving the world through architectonics. It was exhibited in Gallery 1// at the "gaffa" between July 25th - August 5th. 2013
In Collaboration with, Jim Medcraft (2fourk) // Cole Bennetts (Red Zeppelin) // John Benton (Studio Public) // Tom Coles (Timbermill)
As young architects we are constantly in search of how to reshape, redefine the experience of a space. Through the use of technology we will educate the public in how their actions can affect the notion of space around them. By placing individuals in an empty room and projecting different scenes of positive, negative and predicted space the individual will explore a whole new realm of self expectations. The installation will interact with the individual; through the concept of a gateway (doors) the door itself is a metaphor for the pathway the individual chooses. Doors will allow the individual to make a choice, depending on the choice they make they will progress through a virtual story. The end result will be a room filled with used electronics with a live image projected of them on a series of second hand TV screens, a question will then be placed upon the individual, the question will be filmed and compiled to make a short clip of what each persons believes on how “design can save the world”.