Cambridge School of Art

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Jack Broadley Dunn
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My Large Project branched off a study of “3D vision in space; what are the limits and how do we define them?” which was the title of my research project in my second semester. The aim of my final major project was to challenge people’s perspectives around gallery, viewing and spectacle when it comes to works of artistic importance. My proposal invites the user to interact with the work by having to change stance and position to view pieces be it sculpture from a multitude of angles, such as to look from above. I took inspiration from famous artist Kandinsky by extruding his compositions and turning 2D flat dimensions into a 3D ones that could be used for furnishings such as gallery seating and display stands, this encourages the user to become one with the artwork as opposed to observing it.

Image Title: Kandinsky Composition Gallery

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