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Room Plan to Aid Movement Through The Construct

Here are some general directions of how the room is supposed to be experienced. These directions should help the viewer orientate themselves in this darkened space and should aid their experience of the overall installation.

Chloe Baker-Croft

I have created a distorted depiction of the old plaster casting room, experimenting with nuances of light, space and self perception.

My work is a commentary on peoples' distorted view of self as a consequence of corrupt social constructs. I have created a structure that restricts peoples personal freedom in my space. They are forced to conform to the constructive elements of my sculpture while reflecting on their view of self. This uneasy and controlled environment should leave people feel slightly disorientated and on edge. This large construction is mostly created by 8ftx8ft frames, leaving the viewer feeling overwhelmed by this immense structure.


This will be a light controlled room that requires strict instructions in order to experience the structure as intended. Personal experience will differ per individual. Instructions are available upon entry.

Final year project

Loughborough University Fine Art Degree Show Exhibition