Take A View Now!
The privately owned city state of Canary Wharf, to the East of London, is the literal and ideological epicentre of money making in the city. It sits in uneasy proximity to the surrounding residential areas of Millwall and Cubitt Town, which have long histories as working Docks, and each with their own borders and internal divisions between public and private space.
We are imposters: mapping the area, collecting found materials, interviews, and secretly recorded sales conversations which reveal the absurdity of the contrasts that define the area’s redevelopment through and the brazen tactics and marketing schemes of the developers.
Our research is displayed in The Alternate Docklands Showroom, a space that is part model, part showroom, and part museum.
School of Communication
MA Information Experience Design, 2017
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I am a spatial designer and researcher. With a background in Architecture, my work is primarily focused on the use of investigative methodologies to explore the social and political narratives that exist within the built environment and other physical spaces. My projects span a range of mediums, including sound, film, set design, and curation.
- BA Interior Architecture, Oxford Brookes University, 2014
- New Perspectives of Craft in South East Asia Residency, British Council, Vietnam 2016
- Free Range, Truman Brewery, London 2014; OTHER by the RCA feminist society, 2016; Sònar festival, Barcelona 2016; Co-Construction Pavilion, Design Museum, London 2016; Sound Swing, Unity Theatre, Liverpool 2016; GLOW festival, Eastbury Manor House, London 2016; Whats That Thing? Architecture Foundation, London 2017; On The Line, Aram Gallery, London 2017
- SYRUP magazine (ed), est. 2016