Sarah Colson as a multidisciplinary designer who draws inspiration from social and personal narratives. With particular interested in communities; how they function, communicate, interact and react to the changing environments.
A recent graduated from the Royal College of Art in Design Products. She is a highly motivated individual with Read More...
The aim of this project was to see how a group of people could work together to create a three-course meal. The challenge was to consider all areas of the eating process, including using the ingredients supplied to replace crockery and cutlery.
‘Home Sweet Home’ is an exhibition of photography and cross-stitch samplers that tell the story of a dispersed community. The community are the residents of the Ferrier, a large housing estate in Kidbrooke, south-east London, which is being gradually demolished to make way for a new development.
By looking at the ideas of modern technology and how we use the digital to distort, I have created my own interpretation of an analogue photo booth. The images are created by drawing through a glass plate between two people. On one side of the glass a Fresnel lens is hung and on the other a piece of acetate. The acetate becomes the canvas for the onlooker to draw through.
I was invited to Brazil to take part in the project ‘A Gentre Transforma’. The project aimed to transform a communal space inside a favella community with the aid of 30 design students. Initiated by the designer Marcelo Rosenbaum, the project highlighted the social dysfunction as well as the co-operative living inside the community.
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