Crime of Silence (Part 2)
The second part of 'Crime of Silence'  was a team project. We concluded on a chosen area (consumer gain) to develop into a live installation. (Part 1)
 
We wanted to express how some slaughterhouses in the UK are getting away with distressing behaviour towards animals, before they are slaughtered. Cattle was the main focus for our installation, by wanting the viewer feel like the animal. We produced a metal box for the viewer to crawl into, accompanied with bad smells, audio and images.
 
I emailed various charities to gain more information and even useful material. PETA and Animal Aid were particularly very helpful for my project, giving me slaughter images to use in the projection video.
Link to 'Module Journal'
 
 
Initial sketch for idea on layout of installation.
 
 
Constructing process of metal box
 
 
 
Constructing process of the wooden frame
(to make the projection area as dark as possible).
 
 
 
Outside of metal box, and frame
 
 
 
Inside metal box.
In front is the projection video, and the headphones on the left, placed on the barrier.
Hay scattered over floor.
Crime of Silence (Part 2)
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Crime of Silence (Part 2)

An installation addressing that design, communication and creativity should be used for the benefit of people.
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