The final exhibition project is going to continually investigate the notion of interaction and space and the study of form, reflecting sense, emotions and memories to provoke interaction and perception. My aimbition is to create an indoor, social structure exploring the idea of movement and senses for the audience to wander, sit and be immersed by its forms and materials.
The importance of form helps us to visualise our memories and places we have seen. I wanted to incorporate this idea into building a structure, using shapes and colour to symbolise my memories of the two places I live in (Plymouth and Somerset). I like the idea of ‘Living in a Memory’ how shapes become visual gestures, in reminding us what they represent whilst also creating new memories.