Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, an Olympic City and its Stadium
'Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, an Olympic City and its Stadium' examines the identity of the city through the lens of it's stadium, the Memorial Coliseum, from the perspective of three different Olympic Games held in the city.
School of Arts & Humanities
MA History of Design, 2018
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As a Design Historian I have had the opportunity to conduct objects based analysis at the V&A museum. Leading onto an in-depth study of architectural design change through sixteenth and seventeenth century London, through the space of London Bridge.
Throughout my studies at the college I have been involved with the execution and runnings of our first year exhibition "A Toolkit for Provocative Practice", for which I collaborated with the jewellery department, casting and reimagining the bronze medal from my object essay.
I have focused my final dissertation upon the Los Angeles Coliseum Stadium, through its construction and design. I am interested in how this creates city identity, and the ways in which leisured spaces are built and utilised.
- BSc Psychology, Royal Holloway University of London, 2006
- Fine Art Society, London-Internship, 2017; Researcher with Sculpture Conservation, V&A Museum, Cast Courts, 2017
- A Toolkit for Provocative Practice, RCA, London 2017; Nordic Design, Fine Art Society, London 2017