Wednesday, April 1, 2009
Final Sketchup: Rosalie Gascoigne's Studio.
Rosalie Gascoigne's Studio has been created using a strictly structured arrangement of fundamental shapes such as squares and rectangles, similar to Gascoigne's method of art practice. She is mostly found using materials such as wood, iron, wire, feathers and yellow retro road signs, which flash and glow in the light. This use of materials has dramatically influenced the materiality and colour choice of this studio. Through the use of these industrial debris, Gascoigne achieves rhythm and and movement through repetition and patterning. This idea of repetition and patterning has been utilised throughout the design and layout of her studio.
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