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Christchurch Performing Art Centre is a new form of inhibitable space that reflects on the emotional impacts caused by the 2011 earthquake on the… Read More
Christchurch Performing Art Centre is a new form of inhibitable space that reflects on the emotional impacts caused by the 2011 earthquake on the local residents. Read Less
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Christchurch Performing Art Centre
57 Cathedral Square, Christchurch, Canterbury
Design 6 Project 2011
Tutor: Kate Rogan, Eva Segedin
Christchurch Performing Art Centre is a project researched on the emotional impacts caused by the 2011 earthquake on the local residents. Spiritual impact is investigated through conceptual model of a ghost and a container. Ghost represents the shadow within the locals; Container represents the physical barrier. Sixteen models are created to explore the self-destructive tension between the two element relative to time of the event. Residues from rebellation and adoptions create new form of inhibitable space.

Conceptualmodels capturing the self-destructive tension between theghost and it’s container.
The formationof solidified residues from the rebellation of the ghost,cast spectacular refraction onsurfaces.