My project focuses on contextualising graffiti, not only as an art form, but as a device for helping ex-convict rehabilitate, in order to help them re-integrate back into society. The project focuses on capsulising the movements of a graffiti artist into geometric shapes used to create a form. In order to create these geometric shapes, I made a device in which I could use these movements to create complex 2D geometries. By understanding these movements and the natural laws of motion in which they expelled, I was able to create a concept, to then develop into a building. To implement my concept into all aspects of this project, I looked at how the users could move around the inner spaces and how the spaces could be used for rehabilitation.

I am an enthusiastic and dedicated student with a range of design skills and technical skills that allow me to be diverse in the workspace.
I have a vast knowledge of a range of graphics and CAD software’s as well as rendering software’s that allow me to adapt and work in any environment easily. I have great collaborative skill, which allow me to work in a team will with others and share my ideas. I am a hard-working student that likes to be challenged beyond my limits to further develop my skills and learn more.

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