Projects

Harmonic compositions in colour and form

I was very keen to make something which was the equivalent of say a flower, or a crystal or a shell – not a copy of such, but an equivalent of radiance.

Barbara Hepworth

Inspired by the work of Barbara Hepworth and colour research studies by Faber Birren – I designed harmonic compositions in colour and form to work as digital screens and posters. According to Birren colour has a psychological and physiological effect on humans. My compositions can be used in the home or in public spaces to support the mood of a room or a person, for example – quiet (greys), friendly (greens), sociable (reds, oranges and yellows) and to support concentration and study (blues, indigo and violet). Change the colours, change the mood and mix the compositions for different purposes.

View my video presentation about colour and human response.


University of Worcester/BA Hons Creative Media Course

Creative Community Digital Magazine

Published May 2020.

Image credit: creativecrunchworcester.co.uk


University of Worcester/Sustainability

Digital Magazine, Education for Sustainable Development (ESD)

First published in 2014. Features a private teaching and learning space for students and a public space for community, curriculum and campus. A co-creation project.

Published Paper: Handbook of Theory and Practice of Sustainable Development in Higher Education. World Sustainability Series1

Image credit: susthingsout.com


Reference

  1. Emblen-Perry K., Evans S., Boom K., Corbett W., Weaver L. (2017) Evolution of an Interactive Online Magazine for Students, Academics and Expert Practitioners, to Engage Students from Multiple Disciplines in Education for Sustainable Development (ESD). In: Leal Filho W., Skanavis C., do Paço A., Rogers J., Kuznetsova O., Castro P. (eds) Handbook of Theory and Practice of Sustainable Development in Higher Education. World Sustainability Series. Springer, Cham
Associate Lecturer at The University of Worcester

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