This project is a design process-based approach for the SA Fringe Club potential studio-warehouse mixed building at Adelaide CBD.
With the accompany of the background music, Yuck Circus performance brought a strong sense of powerful movements in both space and time. By focusing on the emphasis that was placed by the dancers on the stage, primary sketches were then produced with the promoted vital beats of the dance and the figure shapes of the dancers captured from time to time. I thought about the transition of the drawings during the progress, so the highlighted curves became the initial foundation of my future outcomes.
The project: Three acrobats enter from stage right, taking centre position. The troupe leader clicks play and the journey of Representation III begins.
Taking inspiration from the Adelaide Fringe—a calendar event as synonymous with March as the return of first semester—students navigate their way through a series of tasks while utilising multiple software tools; each learning to work quickly and reactively with the aid of digital prototyping techniques.
The outcome of tasks enable students to refine their skillset - further developing their communication through diagram with a focus on decision making, narrative, and concepts.