KENSINGTON FIELDER SHOWCASE DIGITAL OUTCOME
Emerging Designer - Specialising in Design, Construction & Fabrication for Theatre
Emerging Designer - Specialising in Design, Construction and Fabrication for Theatre
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Kensington’s exhibition shows her design and construction skills, and is illustrative of her career. The wooden structure, made of plywood and pine, is left open so all the construction details can be seen. It represents the growth of her career, rising with each year and symbolises that Showcase is the START of her climb. The staircase displays previously made props and passion projects on each step and is intentionally left unpolished, with markings and flaws left visible, labelling it a ‘work in progress’, like her career.
Sections that are deemed ‘unappealing’ are left to show that when mistakes are made, solutions can be found, and knowledge can be improved upon.
The video accompaniments are left simple and too the point. Three videos express who she is
in a nutshell, the items she has chosen to present on the staircase and why, and footage of her
building the physical structure before you, and slowly seeing it come to life.
It’s the perfect way to show her talents, skills and passions in one symbolic, physical piece that perfectly represents who she is, and what she can do.
Kensington’s collaborations were with Sarah O’Neill’s and Jack Alcock’s exhibition. Working to solve design problems and help construct and realise their physical pieces.